freakish freakish


  1. (adj) changeable
  2. (adj) characteristic of a freak
  3. (adj) conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual


  1. It's freakish news, and it's brutal.
  2. But instead of causing pain or sores or even death, the infection results in freakish deformities of varying degrees.
  3. He pumped up to a freakish 209 lbs.


  • Stealing the Burglar Look From Pussy Riot

    “Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer,” a documentary broadcast on HBO, was a forceful reminder that no item of clothing is too freakish, goony or subversively charged to be hijacked by the style tribes.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Times


  1. "I know I'm a terrible hitter," Myers said, "but I really can't explain it. It was like one of those freakish things that I was able to lay off some good pitches that he made and extend his pitch count."
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Brett Myers Source:

  2. "It's the great thing about this game," Nets Coach Lawrence Frank said. "These players are so talented, they make freakish shots. Not that it'sa rehearsed shot. I don't know if Devin's doing it in the gym, but the basketball gods were with us...
    on Feb 23, 2009 By: Lawrence Frank Source: New York Times

  3. "I am quite shocked and distressed at Steve Irwin's sudden, untimely and freakish death," Mr Howard told reporters.
    on Sep 4, 2006 By: John Howard Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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