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adjective freak·ish \ˈfrē-kish\

Simple Definition of freakish

  • : very strange or abnormal

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of freakish

  1. 1 :  whimsical, capricious

  2. 2 :  markedly strange or abnormal <freakish appearance>

freakishly

adverb

freakishness

noun

Examples of freakish in a sentence

  1. a freakish twist of fate

  2. <had a freakish roommate in college who once decided to drive all the way to Canada on the spur of the moment>



1653

First Known Use of freakish

1653

Rhymes with freakish



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