bizarrerie

bizarrerie

(bɪˈzɑːrərɪ)
n
1. the quality of being bizarre
2. a bizarre act

bizarrerie

strangeness or grotesqueness, especially strange or unconventional behavior.
See also: Behavior
References in classic literature ?
Contact with the stage, almost throughout its history, presents itself as a kind of touchstone, to bring out the bizarrerie, the theatrical tricks and contrasts, of the actual world.
To Tess's sense there was, just at first, a ghastly BIZARRERIE, a grim incongruity, in the march of these solemn words of Scripture out of such a mouth.
It was a freak of fancy in my friend (for what else shall I call it?) to be enamored of the Night for her own sake; and into this bizarrerie, as into all his others, I quietly fell; giving myself up to his wild whims with a perfect abandon.
She would show, too, some stores of raillery, of "malice," and would vex, tease, pique me sometimes about what she called my "bizarreries anglaises," my "caprices insulaires," with a wild and witty wickedness that made a perfect white demon of her while it lasted.
Clarke's 1997 essay on a key fin-de-siecle sf subgenre, "FutureWar Fiction: The First Main Phase, 1871-1900," and Allison de Fren's 2009 essay, "The Anatomical Gaze in Tomorrow's Eve." The latter contribution is especially important and likely to stimulate future work on Villiers's L'Eve future and the history of sf more generally, bringing as it does this underappreciated flight of bizarrerie into dialogue with the robust traditions of fiction and theorization centering on the figure of the female cyborg in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Sin esta base de legerete, una de las principales herencias del siglo XVIII libertino, no se podria aceptar o inclusive elogiar la bizarrerie en la cual consiste el factum de la singularidad del goce de cada quien.
The same paragraph shows his lack of understanding of scholarly khilaf as khilaf mu'tabar, not just any wild dissent and bizarrerie in the history of Islam.
Bien que l'attention portee a cet etre soit attiree immediatement par ses jambes (il est quadrupede, bipede et tripede en meme temps), sa specificite n'est pas dans sa bizarrerie, mais dans le fait qu'il <<n'a qu'une voix>>8.
Robert Oppenheimer's notorious phrase--but there is a weight of reality within the cleverness and bizarrerie. It was an interesting surprise to discover that she typically paints from three-dimensional models that she builds--one of these, a face made of loops of clay and titled Chur, 2014/2015, was cast in bronze and included in the show--and that in this way she is also a kind of realist: Her work is umbilically tied to the empirical world it might at first seem to refute or deride.
Son odeur est certes la marque d'une asperite ou meme d'une bizarrerie, mais elle ne devient seuil que pour ceux qui creusent le fosse imaginaire de l'alterite (Bensa 2006: 14) et ceux qui acceptent leur expertise.
Je ne peux m'empecher de penser que c'est une bizarrerie qui tient davantage a la glose qui precede l'oeuvre de Proust (dont je parlais tout a l'heure) qu'a sa trop fameuse longueur car en quoi sept livres de poche seraient-ils si terrifiants, surtout pour de grands lecteurs ?
(35) La traduction retient le terme << etrange >>, mais le potentiel semantique du terme excede l'idee d'une simple << bizarrerie >> : il denote tout un jeu de transversalites et de circulations obliques.