Examples of freakish in a Sentence
a freakish twist of fate
had a freakish roommate in college who once decided to drive all the way to Canada on the spur of the moment
Recent Examples of freakish from the Web
But Villanova’s budding dynasty wasn’t constructed with high school superstars with freakish wingspans and 12-month college enrollment plans.
Anticipation has been building over the early months of this year about a young athlete from Oklahoma who is a rising star in his sport, scaling the walls of expectation at a young age with freakish ability.
Not since Chelsea in 2012 has an English side won the competition, and that felt a little freakish.
Williams' freakish athletic ability earned him spot on Belleville’s varsity basketball team as a freshman.
Leave it to a spoilsport critic, escaping an atmospheric river on one coast only to be met with a nor'easter on the other, to connect the psychological metaphor of a freakish summer blizzard onstage with the battering reality of climate change.
That teenager-with-a-freakish-gift-for-repeating-conservative-talking-points novelty act eventually grew into a grown man with a burgeoning media empire based on triggering libs.
The driver of a tractor-trailer was killed in a freakish and frightening accident in Howard County, Md., on Saturday when he was pinned by his own vehicle, authorities said.
The third element in the triad was Alisa Jones (Janet McTeer), a mysterious woman with freakish strength and an estimable array of frizzy wigs who was revealed in the sixth episode to be Jessica’s mother.
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FREAKISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of freakish for English Language Learners
: very strange or abnormal
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