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1) bazaar, bizarre. The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. 1993
...These are homophones. A bazaar is a market, especially in the Near East, but more recently it has come to refer to a money-raising affair—a combined sale and carnival—at...

2) bazaar. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Italian bazarro and Urdu bzr, both from Persian. See wes-3 in Appendix I....

3) IX. Charity in Full-Dress. Book VI—The Great Temptation. Eliot, George. 1917. The Mill on the Floss. Vol. IX. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...Maggie s career as an admired member of society in St. Ogg s was certainly the day of the bazaar, when her simple noble beauty, clad in a white muslin of some soft-floating...

4) bizarre. The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. 1993
...See BAZAAR. 1...

5) 799. Mart. Mawson, C.O. Sylvester. 1922. Roget s International Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases
... NOUN: MART, market, marketplace; fair, bazaar, staple, exchange, stock exchange, Wheat Pit [Chicago]; change, bourse, curb, hall, guildhall; toll-booth [Scot. &...

6) mind-boggling. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Informal Intellectually or emotionally overwhelming: a mind-boggling bazaar of competing manufacturers and overlapping technologies (William D. Marbach). mind-boggler...

7) Vreeland, Diana. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...1906-89, American fashion editor and consultant, b. Paris. In 1937, she joined Harper's Bazaar, becoming fashion editor in 1939. In 1963, she moved to Vogue magazine,...

8) 7019. Santha Rama Rau. Simpson s Contemporary Quotations. 1988
...deliberately—many people will help you unintentionally. ATTRIBUTION: On writing, Harper s Bazaar Aug 56...

9) Get up (To). Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898
...1 To learn, as "I must get up my Euclid." 2 To organise and arrange, as "We will get up a bazaar." 3...

10) 1512. A Ballade of Islands by Lucy Robinson. Stedman, Edmund Clarence, ed. 1900. An American Anthology, 1787-1900
...I WOULD I had been island-born. I dearly love things insular: The coral bed, the quaint bazaar, The palm and breadfruit never shorn, The smoking cone that cannot...

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