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adjective as in freakish

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This makes it all the more freaky that VR can stimulate theta waves—and the slower eta wave—because in VR we mainly rely on vision for feedback.

It’s also right down the road from freaky Roswell, and convenient enough for a day tour in Carlsbad Cavern’s infamous caves.

You then must wait many painstaking minutes until the loaves are perfectly cool to unmold the freaky breads from their tubular casings.

From Eater

There was a freaky poetry to the Weeknd’s halftime show at this year’s Super Bowl where a crowd of 25,000 funneled into Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium and hopefully didn’t go home sick.

“This is so freaky and weird,” said King, who regained her composure and called on viewers to vote and, backstage, explained why she wore the message shirt.

From Fortune

“Dwarf mistletoe is freaky, freaky, freaky stuff,” says David Watson, an ecologist at Charles Sturt University in Australia.

Arbor House is paying Leonard $3 million for Freaky Deaky, the one in the typewriter now, and the one after it.

The year was 2006 and Allen, like her fellow UK countrymen Arctic Monkeys, was borne in the freaky fires of MySpace.

He was, in many ways, the downtown freaky version of Vreeland.

Are its users loud and proud harbingers of the sex-tech revolution, or just people who want to get a bit freaky on the sly?

It was pretty freaky to know that the code I wrote would be used by hundreds of thousands of people, tomorrow!

I mean I had to just keep callin' her 'you'; and that gets kind of freaky when you're talkin' to anybody a good while like that.

Bass are freaky fish, and one never knows just when they will take a notion to scorn all efforts at their capture.

They made islands and peninsulas and isthmuses of green that were odd and freaky.

The rancher had been stripped of every vestige of clothing by the freaky lightning.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freaky, such as: bizarre, grotesque, odd, outlandish, strange, and weird.

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