Definition of freaky
Examples of freaky in a Sentence
That book was kind of freaky.
a freaky kid wearing a weird hat
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The goal of the metal concert is maybe two-fold: First, to rile the freaky demons and hell fire in your songs to life; and second, make your instruments wreak as much havoc on a crowd as possible without actually tossing them into the circle pit.
A freaky accident on Lap 19 took them out of the race after Jeffrey Earnhardt car’s had mechanical issues and started dropping oil on the track.
Everyone participates in activities, from canoeing to tug-o-war, alongside Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin and the rest of the freaky flock.
Maybe South Florida’s vermin spent the winter getting a little freaky frisky.
Suddenly, we were charged up, unnerved, and watching things get freaky.
The fish-scale gecko has a freaky way of eluding danger.
In Panzer Dragoon, the 31st century is a bummer: humankind has screwed things up by creating legions of freaky bioweapons in all shapes and sizes.
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Definition of freaky for English Language Learners
: strange or unusual
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