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There are diseases of individuality—the "artistic temperament," egoism, freakishness, criminality—which require chastening.
OUR PART IN THE GREAT WARARTHUR GLEASON
He distrusted a certain freakishness of his finger-tips that he thought might have injured him with his multitudinous master.
BOON, THE MIND OF THE RACE, THE WILD ASSES OF THE DEVIL, AND THE LAST TRUMP;HERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Jessamy had not exaggerated Barbara's freakishness toward unoffending Tom.
THE WYNDAM GIRLSMARION AMES TAGGART
With the curious freakishness of a disordered mind, he was beset by a vision of the dark, ferret face of Victor Gagnon.
IN THE BROODING WILDRIDGWELL CULLUM
The freakishness of destruction by bombardment is proverbial.
CURRENT HISTORY, VOL. VIII, NO. 3, JUNE 1918VARIOUS
All linguistic freakishness is not confined to the Continent.
EUROPE REVISEDIRVIN S. COBB
Even this steady-going, unimpressible citizen of the world, it appears, has its one bit of freakishness.
THE FOOT-PATH WAYBRADFORD TORREY
Custom has standardized it, and startling variations from the conventional format indicates freakishness rather than originality.
THE BOOK OF BUSINESS ETIQUETTENELLA HENNEY
For this reason, it is wise to test each kite separately, first, to discover any possible tendency to freakishness.
CARPENTRY AND WOODWORKEDWIN W. FOSTER
For it was past two o'clock and Mina Zabriska, for all her freakishness, had been bred on strict lines of decorum.
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
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