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
Arizona Cardinals: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State The Cardinals’ recent draft history certainly points toward someone like freakish Kansas edge defender Dorance Armstrong.
Blanton (6-6, 268), a junior tight end from Blue Springs South High, arrived at Missouri in 2014 as a freakish athletic presence.
Grant painted the clearest picture so far Thursday after Saturday’s freakish flood not only inundated cars but washed out the top brass at the water board.
Keep this one on hand for those freakish 90-plus days in September.
October 18 Freakish (Hulu) The horror series' second season will continue to test the relationships of the high school students trapped by a deadly explosion.
Two men were killed Tuesday in the Washington region when they were struck by their own vehicles while outside them in two separate and freakish incidents, according to authorities.
FIVE ROOKIES TO WATCH Tyus Bowser, OLB: Bowser, a second-round pick, is a freakish athlete who is capable of providing a jolt at the strong-side linebacker spot.
Bennett said Buckner's combination of freakish physique and unique talent places him on track to possibly become the league's Defensive Player of the Year.
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First Known Use of freakish
Synonymscapricious, whimsical, impulsive
Related Wordsimpetuous, mercurial, moody, temperamental, volatile; crankish, eccentric, flaky, quirky; arbitrary, erratic, fickle, inconstant, irregular, shaky, willful (or wilful); impractical, quixotic, quixotical, romantic, unrealistic, utopian, visionary
Near Antonymsequable; down-to-earth, earthy, hard-boiled, hardheaded, levelheaded, matter-of-fact, practical, pragmatic (also pragmatical), reasonable, sensible, tough-minded; commonsensical, grounded, logical, no-nonsense, rational, sane, sober, sobersided, sound; fast, fixed, hard-and-fast, immutable, inflexible, invariable, unalterable, unbending, unchangeable uncompromising, unrelenting, unyielding; changeless, constant, established, set, settled, stable, steadfast, steady, unchanging, unvarying
FREAKISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of freakish for English Language Learners
: very strange or abnormal
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