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Bizarre a. ... 1648 [- Fr. bizarre (formerly) handsome, brave - Sp., Pg. bizarro handsome, brave (cf. It. bizzarro angry) - Basque bizarra beard; ...] Eccentric, whimsical, odd; grotesque, irregular. -- OED
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