freaky

adjective
\ ˈfrē-kē How to pronounce freaky (audio) \
freakier; freakiest

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Other Words from freaky

freakiness noun

Examples of freaky in a Sentence

That book was kind of freaky. a freaky kid wearing a weird hat

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That was, frankly, a lot of freaky information to digest. Korin Miller, SELF, "When Is It OK to Get Your IUD Removed?," 12 Mar. 2019 But this year, Michele joined forces with makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver, marking an exciting, if not even freakier, new chapter. Lauren Valenti, Vogue, "9 Beauty Trends That Blew Up on the Fall 2019 Runways," 8 Mar. 2019 The wedding will be freaky as hell but probably not exceptionally lavish nor expensive. Marie Claire, "A New Couple, A Newer Home, and 2 Paychecks," 7 Feb. 2019 This theory is borne out by the (rather freaky) fact that clocks on the space shuttle—whether internal clocks or atomic clocks placed aboard for experimental purposes—run more slowly than reference clocks on Earth. Popular Mechanics, "Will We Ever Be Able to Time Travel Into the Past?," 24 Dec. 2018 Sore breasts, back aches, bloating, fatigue and cramps are natural adversaries of freaky feelings. Shan Boodram, Teen Vogue, "Period Sex 101: Everything You Need to Know," 19 July 2018 And that was only about the fifth or sixth freakiest thing to happen on this series this year. Noel Murray, The Verge, "The 20 best TV series of 2018," 12 Dec. 2018 Creating a flawlessly freaky look with face paint doesn't have to be scary — there are tons of easy Halloween makeup tutorials out there. Ramona Emerson, Allure, "How to Remove Your Halloween Makeup and Face Paint Without Wrecking Your Skin," 15 Oct. 2018 Appearing on Watch What Happens Live, Chrissy was asked by a caller how freaky the couple got the night of John’s impressive win. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Celebrated His EGOT Win in The Least Wild Way Possible," 25 Sep. 2018

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First Known Use of freaky

1824, in the meaning defined above

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freaky

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of freaky

informal : strange or unusual

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