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  1. the quality of being bizarre
  2. a bizarre act
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Examples from the Web for bizarrerie

Historical Examples of bizarrerie

  • From the first I saw this extravagance, this bizarrerie in Henry Irving's acting.

    The Story of My Life

    Ellen Terry

  • The general effect was a bizarrerie of half-weird sheen and gloom.

    Prince Zaleski

    M.P. Shiel

  • He was a man of many accomplishments, but dashed with a bizarrerie of temper which made them useless to their proprietor.

  • In 1920 its bizarrerie became offensive, and an opposition crusade was directed against it.

  • Lady —— told a story, in one point of which, in spite of its bizarrerie, I found something which strangely takes hold of the mind.