Don’t confuse bazaar with bizarre; a bazaar is a fair for the sale of goods. Bizarre means unusual or weird.
- We bought a cake at the church bazaar.
- She wore a rather bizarre costume to the party.
- I am going to the bazaar.
- You will get fresh mangoes at the bazaar.
Bizarre can also be an adjective.
- His behaviour seemed rather bizarre to me.
- We saw some bizarre creatures in the zoo.
- It was a bizarre thought.
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