- adj. slang Bizarre, unsettling, creepy.
- From the French bizarre ("strange, odd, of fantastic nature"), from Basque bizar ("beard"). (Wiktionary)
“He described as "bizarro" the newer members and dismissed them as naive, seeing the world as a Lord of the Rings battle between good and evil.”
“But he only gets power in bizarro-world, alternate timeline/dream scenarios.”
“Well, he happens to be the big cheese in bizarro world these days.”
“Of course Republicans live in bizarro world and say things are bad when they're getting better, and when they're going down in flames they say "the economy is fundamentally sound".”
“They live in "bizarro world", where nothing is what is seems, and seems what it is.”
“Clearly, it is because you are betting in bizarro world. —”
“The work we're doing is like the Peace Corps but in bizarro reverse.”
“There's been a whole slew of books like this lately, ones written with seemingly bizarre but not 'bizarro' -- don't get me started on that story lines.”
“It's playing jpatt, I love your use of the term "bizarro" - very colorful.”
“What kind of bizarro world am I living in where the Caps power play is so bad, but the penalty kill is so good?”
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