freaky

adjective
\ˈfrē-kē \
freakier; freakiest

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freakiness noun

Examples of freaky in a Sentence

That book was kind of freaky. a freaky kid wearing a weird hat

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Parasites in general are a disturbing thought, but for some reason tapeworms are especially freaky—hence the Internet firestorm over NHL prospect Carson Meyer. Maria Masters, Health.com, "Every Question You Were Afraid to Ask About Tapeworms, Answered," 24 May 2018 But now, the first test of a new full color, 3D x-ray machine has been conducted on a human, and the results are revolutionary and freaky at the same time, reports Kristin Houser at Futurism. Jason Daley, Smithsonian, "Check Out These Awesome New 3D, Full-Color X-Rays," 13 July 2018 Were the Ant-Man scenes or Giant-Man scenes more freaky to film? Jon Niccum, kansascity, "KC's Paul Rudd opens up about his superpowers: Ant-Man, Big Slick and eternal youth," 5 July 2018 After riding a similar wave of critical praise, Hereditary became 2018’s most talked-about fright flick from its freaky trailer alone. Carl Kelsch, Marie Claire, "The New Horror Film 'Hereditary' Might Be This Year's 'Get Out'," 8 June 2018 Your vision is blurry or otherwise changing in a freaky way. Korin Miller, SELF, "This Is When to See a Doctor About Eye Pain ASAP," 19 June 2018 By allowing its actors to really dig into their reactions, rather than using quick cuts and jump scares, Hereditary enables the very warped and freaky scenario in the film to feel grounded (and even more scary). Jacob Oller, The Hollywood Reporter, "How 'Hereditary' Flips Steven Spielberg's Trademark Shot," 10 June 2018 Parasites in general are a disturbing thought, but for some reason tapeworms are especially freaky. Maria Masters, Health.com, "Every Question You Were Afraid to Ask About Tapeworms, Answered," 24 May 2018 The freaky British thriller Beast opens on a troubled young woman pretending to enjoy a party, and doing a poor job of it. Gary Thompson, Philly.com, "No beauty, just 'Beast' in this creepy British thriller," 16 May 2018

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First Known Use of freaky

1824, in the meaning defined above

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freaky

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of freaky

: strange or unusual

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