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
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.
King Gizzard are riding a freakish creative purple patch right now with Murder Of The Universe the second of their five planned album releases this year.
And yet Thompson began her career drawing the most least freakish woman ever.
In both cases, the accidents are freakish or bizarre, extremely unusual.
Both players were defensive stalwarts who lacked elite height but compensated with freakish wingspans.
Still, there was no freakish cause to the seemingly unending rain.
Catholic Despite breaking the same hand twice in freakish swimming accidents earlier this year, Pentlarge won the 100 back and 100 free at the section Division II finals.
But the terrifying and salivating power that Zunino exhibited to clear the bases with one violent lash was a sign of his freakish strength.
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First Known Use of freakish
FREAKISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of freakish for English Language Learners
: very strange or abnormal
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