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
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There were no lofty expectations despite obvious talent and freakish strength.
That freakish arm allowed for all that velocity late.
To finish the job, at least barring impossibly freakish results in other games, Bruce Arena’s men must simply avoid defeat against Trinidad and Tobago, the bottom team of six, already eliminated and nursing a six-game losing streak.
And there are few human beings on the planet with a 6-foot-11, 280-pound frame to go along with freakish athleticism.
Then, of course there's Garrett and his freakish ability to get around the edge.
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.
Blanton (6-6, 268), a junior tight end from Blue Springs South High, arrived at Missouri in 2014 as a freakish athletic presence.
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.
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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
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