- queer; odd; unusual; grotesque: a freakish appearance.
- whimsical; capricious: freakish behavior.
Origin of freakish
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Examples from the Web for freakishly
How freakishly well some kids have adapted to the world after zombies is an angle now left to Carl.'The Grove': Was The Walking Dead's Latest Shocker a Mistake?
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Hailed as "freakishly smart" by the New York Times, Karina Longworth is the Brooklyn-based editor of SpoutBlog.The Next Best Breakout Films
March 19, 2009
Hailed as " freakishly smart" by The New York Times, Karina Longworth is the Brooklyn-based editor of SpoutBlog.What If Judd Apatow Were a Woman?
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"I'm not so sure," said Sally, freakishly tossing her head and laughing.The Pearl of Orr's Island
Harriet Beecher Stowe
But he abandoned that trend, freakishly, the very next moment.Then I'll Come Back to You
Looked at close-to, it is merely a flimsy building of wood, freakishly architected, and painted an indifferent white.Through Arctic Lapland
She wrote slowly, freakishly, having her maiden will; and it seemed to me still a week to a letter as she signed.The Way of a Man
- of, related to, or characteristic of a freak; abnormal or unusual
- unpredictable or changeablefreakish weather
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Word Origin and History for freakishly
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