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That is why we feel that Freak Dinners would not even be freakish.

His horse plunged, freakish from his long rest in the stable.

But on the other side, de la Cloche was freakish and unsettled.

I got a picture of a nubile waif, too freakish to fit where she'd been raised.

I may have classed it as a freakish pedantry, the result of an unprecedented memory.

Being a woman and having no outlet for her energies, she is freakish.

All the freakish spirits of the air were a-loose in the wind.

Her manners are generally good; freakish, but good in the main.

He had no freakish notions that things were so, or might be so, when they were not so.

When religion or vanity, or a compound of both, is freakish, it is very freakish.

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