adjective, freak·i·er, freak·i·est.
Related formsfreak·i·ly, adverbfreak·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for freaky
“Dwarf mistletoe is freaky, freaky, freaky stuff,” says David Watson, an ecologist at Charles Sturt University in Australia.
Arbor House is paying Leonard $3 million for Freaky Deaky, the one in the typewriter now, and the one after it.
The year was 2006 and Allen, like her fellow UK countrymen Arctic Monkeys, was borne in the freaky fires of MySpace.‘Sheezus’ Talks: Lily Allen on Her New Album, Lena Dunham, and ‘Game of Thrones’|Marlow Stern|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
None of which would have happened if Cathy and Chris Dollanganger hadn't done some freaky stuff in that attic.Lifetime’s ‘Flowers in the Attic’ Review: The Incest Is There, The Strange Magic Is Not|Andrew Romano|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I will Freaky Friday with you anytime,” one of the dads tells him.Pop Culture’s House Husbands Lag Behind the Reality in American Homes|Soraya Roberts|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They made islands and peninsulas and isthmuses of green that were odd and freaky.A Little Girl in Old New York|Amanda Millie Douglas
Seems as if it's swellin' and widenin' out, like one of these freaky toy balloons you blow up.The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford
On through the desert slogged the man and on trotted the freaky animal whose colour made him outcast even from his own kind.Dust of the Desert|Robert Welles Ritchie
I mean I had to just keep callin' her 'you'; and that gets kind of freaky when you're talkin' to anybody a good while like that.Ramsey Milholland|Booth Tarkington
It was also freaky -- it made me realize that the next day, I was going to go away.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow