freaky

adjective
\ ˈfrē-kē How to pronounce freaky (audio) \
freakier; freakiest

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Other Words from freaky

freakiness noun

Examples of freaky in a Sentence

That book was kind of freaky. a freaky kid wearing a weird hat
Recent Examples on the Web In Glass’s freaky trance of a novel, Laura is a pediatric nurse in a London hospital. Katy Waldman, The New Yorker, "My Favorite Fiction of 2020," 17 Dec. 2020 In fact, this movie so freaky that even the director logged on to issue a warning for new viewers. Natalie Morin, refinery29.com, "TikTokers Are Scaring Themselves Senseless Over This Controversial Movie About A Missing Teen Girl," 16 Nov. 2020 Listed at 6-3, 240 pounds, Parsons, who also opted out of the 2020 season, is another freaky athlete. John Owning, Dallas News, "Film room: Five early options the Cowboys could consider with a top-five pick in the 2021 NFL draft," 11 Nov. 2020 The holiday tale doubles as a good entry into horror for youngsters, with a small town beset by freaky gremlins because teenagers can't follow simple instructions. Brian Truitt, USA TODAY, "The 20 best Christmas movies of all time, ranked (from 'It's a Wonderful Life' to 'Die Hard')," 5 Nov. 2020 People seemed to be intrigued by my freaky-deaky feet. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "Against All Odds, I’ve Fallen in Love With Balenciaga’s Toe Heels," 28 Oct. 2020 In the era of all-day binges, freaky-deaky television is all the more important. Rebecca Farley, refinery29.com, "The Scariest TV Shows Of All Time," 23 Oct. 2020 That brings us back to Burton, and another chance to go back to the Longhorn State and land a player capable of making freaky catches that go viral on social media. Stephen Means, cleveland, "Can Ohio State football land the country’s No. 1 wide receiver in three straight recruiting classes? Buckeyes Recruiting Roundup," 2 Nov. 2020 Some tell stories of freaky catfish as big as a Volkswagen. Faith Karimi, CNN, "A Georgia lake's dark and deadly history has some people seeing ghosts," 31 Oct. 2020

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First Known Use of freaky

1824, in the meaning defined above

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“Freaky.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/freaky. Accessed 4 Mar. 2021.

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freaky

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of freaky

informal : strange or unusual

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