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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreakishfreak‧ish /ˈfriːkɪʃ/ adjective  STRANGEvery unusual and strange, and sometimes frightening syn weird freakish weatherfreakishly adverbfreakishness noun [uncountable]
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freakishDisproportionalities can sometimes appear almost freakish.Yeah, it was kind of a freakish accident over on the coast when they were over there.It even rained in Redwood City during the freakish day.One of the characters is Sheeva, a freakish eight-foot-tall woman with four arms.One may and one does read plenty of freakish recipes in cookery books.I was just a kid who had done a freakish thing.
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