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Then there are those who have strong vocals, but have yet to ascend to massive career success or freakish mainstream popularity.
Carnival by Rawi Hage A cab driver roams an unnamed city as its rambling poet of the freakish and weird.
Reading Aftermath is like having a flashback to the freakish experience of living through your own death.
The Daily Beast maps where the past month's freakish incidents have gone down.
But lately, some fashion mavens and movie stars have cast the diet as freakish even by their often neurotic standards.
By some mischance, one of the willows bordering the pool grew at a freakish angle.The Duck-footed Hound|James Arthur Kjelgaard
But when freakish tropes take the place of poetry then we ought to rebel.The Literature of Ecstasy|Albert Mordell
"Oh, I don't know about its being so freakish," said Average Jones.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Nature seems to have made the goby in one of her most freakish moods.
Under the influence of some freakish impulse, Pomp suddenly jumped to his feet and, whirling his arms aloft, uttered a wild whoop.Frank's Campaign|Horatio Alger, Jr.