- adv. In a bizarre manner
“Prusik-Parkin bizarrely turned a jailhouse interview with The Post yesterday into an opportunity to ramble about the fictional killer's psyche.”
“Ramdam is - rather bizarrely - based on the Arabic word for the cacophony of sound which follows the period of fasting during the Islamic festival of Ramadam.”
“The EU has now felt itself moved to demand that Mandelson release details of his diary (which, bizarrely, is considered not to be a document for the purposes of rules concerning disclosure of documents but a 'management tool', and thus exempt.”
“This is actually not the meta-blogging post, bizarrely, which is saved as a draft and will probably stay that way.”
“I say "bizarrely", because today's HoF entrant celebrates that which Gizmodo thought we were trying to kill, a genre we somehow made our own.”
“The war has been an exercise in futility and mind-boggling incompetence, and yet our involvement continues — with no end in sight, no plans for withdrawal, no idea of where we might be headed — as if the U.S. had fallen into some kind of bizarrely destructive trance from which it is unable to awaken.”
“But Ask did excise the search for "*" -- yes, an asterisk -- that "bizarrely" made its raw top 10, a spokesman says.”
“I haven't been so embarrassed since Alexis Carrington's trip to Australia on Dynasty back when I was a kid, where a hotel clerk came out with some kind of bizarrely garbled nonsense which made me feel shame that that was obviously how americans Think We Talk.”
“Predictably there was quite a bit of drug material the title referred to a bizarrely named brand of grass I’d once been offered:”
“(I say "bizarrely" because the play made its debut at Louisville's vaunted Humana Festival and has since been produced elsewhere to some acclaim, so you'd think we'd be dealing with a relatively polished product here.)”
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