A bird with three eyes would be an example of bizarre.
- very odd in manner, appearance, etc.; grotesque
- marked by extreme contrasts and incongruities of color, design, or style
- unexpected and unbelievable; fantastic: a bizarre sequence of events
Origin of bizarreFrench ; from Italian bizarro, angry, fierce, strange ; from Spanish bold, knightly ; from Basque bizar, a beard
Origin of bizarreFrench, from Italian bizzarro, extravagant, bizarre, from Old Italian, angry; akin to bizza, fit of anger, perhaps of Germanic origin.
(comparative bizarrer or more bizarre, superlative bizarrest or most bizarre)
The more and most forms are the most common comparative and superlative forms. While bizarrest is encountered not infrequently and is acceptable in most situations, bizarrer is rare and non-standard.