There was nothing like that before in English poetry; it has the bizarrerie of a new thing in beauty.
He was a man of many accomplishments, but dashed with a bizarrerie of temper which made them useless to their proprietor.
From the first I saw this extravagance, this bizarrerie in Henry Irving's acting.
Lady —— told a story, in one point of which, in spite of its bizarrerie, I found something which strangely takes hold of the mind.
It is entirely impossible to present any adequate idea of the confusion and bizarrerie of that nursery.
It was often the term applied to bizarrerie—it was fashionable to draw naïvely, as it was called.
In 1920 its bizarrerie became offensive, and an opposition crusade was directed against it.
It is worth noting "remarks Mr Gurney," that these dreams—for all their bizarrerie—seem to belong to a known type.
The general effect was a bizarrerie of half-weird sheen and gloom.
Fancy, in this sense, falls a little short of oddity (bizarrerie) and caprice.