freakishness[ free-kish ]SEE DEFINITION OF freakishness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREAKISHNESS
It was only another example of the freakishness of the Northland seasons.
He had been beguiled by the Siren, and she, doubtless, by her vanity or her freakishness.
The freakishness of destruction by bombardment is proverbial.
Nurse Branscome was midwife enough to know what freakishness and frailty belong to children begotten by old age.
For it was past two o'clock and Mina Zabriska, for all her freakishness, had been bred on strict lines of decorum.
For this reason, it is wise to test each kite separately, first, to discover any possible tendency to freakishness.
Even this steady-going, unimpressible citizen of the world, it appears, has its one bit of freakishness.
There are diseases of individuality—the "artistic temperament," egoism, freakishness, criminality—which require chastening.
Jessamy had not exaggerated Barbara's freakishness toward unoffending Tom.
Her woman's instinct was to guard the girl temporarily in her care, from the freakishness of her own wayward, violent nature.