Definition of bizarro
: characterized by a bizarre, fantastic, or unconventional approach
Examples of bizarro in a Sentence
the cat was acting pretty bizarro this morning, and I'm worried about him
entered the bizarro world of all-night raves
Recent Examples of bizarro from the Web
Killing Floor 2 Killing Floor 2 showed off its upcoming Summer Sideshow seasonal event, a horror-carnival full of murderous amusement park rides, bizarro circus attractions, and lots and lots of zombies.
But in the bizarro universe of House of Cards' fifth season (which is now streaming on Netflix), Frank orchestrates a fake raid on a murderer the administration is linking to terrorism.
In Cygnet Theatre’s enormously creative venture into the bizarro world, a string of naughty children gets what’s coming to them.
Like his Oscar-winning 2004 short Ryan (embedded below), The Spine (previewed above) employs bizarro CGI imagery to literalize human flaws and failures.
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Origin and Etymology of bizarro
alteration of bizarre
First Known Use: 1971See Words from the same year
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