freakier freakier


  1. (adj) strange and somewhat frightening
  2. (adj) conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual


  • Like me, this Joel Stein was 28, went to college and, even freakier, was also Jewish.



  1. "For sure, it was a little bit freakier than any other kind of accident we could have had, but we just grew from it," Davison said. "I think it made us tougher. The valleys we've come out of have prepared us more on how to come back up...
    on Mar 19, 2008 By: Bryce Davison Source: National Post

  2. "I think they're freakier in a different way," Hayden explains. "I think it's kind of a mind trip, you know. And in a way, Sylar is very physical. These characters are just creepier from what I've seen and heard about them."
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Hayden Panettiere Source: Entertainment Tonight

  3. "It's funny, as I've gotten older, I've only gotten freakier," said Ford, who married Gillette 15 years ago.
    on Oct 28, 2009 By: Lita Ford Source: Alton Telegraph

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