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Nonetheless, the motley crew he assembled doesn’t quite know how to feel about his departure, given that they loved him for his kindness and protection, and hated him for turning them into his freakish do-gooder experiments in the first place.

The control-freakish ways of Team Cuomo came into focus earlier this week, when New York Law Journal reporter Ryan Tarinelli asked the governor whether he’d resign if an ongoing investigation under James found that he’d sexually harassed women.

Wardrobe malfunctions are common, with private parts dangling out of pants because clothing is layered on top of your freakish computer model of a character.

The images look unsettling and freakish—nothing like the hyperrealistic deepfakes generated by GANs—but they might demonstrate a promising new direction for achieving more generalizable intelligence, and perhaps smarter robots as well.

The result can be a freakish tendency to see human expressions where none exist.

Then there are those who have strong vocals, but have yet to ascend to massive career success or freakish mainstream popularity.

Carnival by Rawi Hage A cab driver roams an unnamed city as its rambling poet of the freakish and weird.

Reading Aftermath is like having a flashback to the freakish experience of living through your own death.

Luckily for other potential Taser victims, the makers of the device dubbed the incident “beyond freakish.”

The Daily Beast maps where the past month's freakish incidents have gone down.

Rosa was a spoiled, wayward child, freakish and mischievous, to whom liberty was too dear to be resigned without a sigh.

For it was already being borne in upon me that freakish chance had swept me into the orbit of the thing we spell Romance.

The face and head were freakish—monstrous; and yet, somehow, over it rested an expression of infinite wisdom and calm.

In aristocratic gatherings, the freakish whims of the almost forgotten Nadina Lubimoff were brought to memory and discussed again.

For weeks now his life had been in ferment, his moods as freakish as the wind.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freakish, such as: aberrant, bizarre, freaky, grotesque, odd, and strange.

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