freaky

[ free-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF freaky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREAKY

She's a wide, dumpy-built old girl, and dressed sort of freaky.

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

They'd been watching my subway use and wanted to know why it had been so freaky lately.

It was also freaky -- it made me realize that the next day, I was going to go away.

Those who dwell here the year round find most satisfaction when the summer guests have gone and they are alone with freaky nature.

Seems as if it's swellin' and widenin' out, like one of these freaky toy balloons you blow up.

It is abrupt, freaky, unexpected, and always communicates a little wholesome shock.

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.

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