Definition of freaky in English:

freaky

Syllabification: freak·y
Pronunciation: /ˈfrēkē
 
/

adjective (freakier, freakiest)

informal
Very odd, strange, or eccentric.
More example sentences
  • This news is both very exciting and strangely freaky at the same time.
  • He still loves her but he's bothered by her strange ramblings particularly the freaky nightmares.
  • Or is it just a freaky coincidence that these two people look and act very, very much alike?

Derivatives

freakily

adverb
More example sentences
  • I step in front of them, and sure as Sunday is long, their eyes are glassed over and they're stood completely still like freakily realistic waxworks.
  • She didn't usually care what her fortune cookies ever said but this was too freakily coincidental.
  • He is correct about all of this stuff, but he is also freakily obsessed with this garbage situation.

freakiness

noun
More example sentences
  • I'll expand on this later - but understand that freedom of expression and excessive freakiness is one thing that can alienate more mainstream people from getting involved with left-wing causes.
  • Now, neither my aunt nor my mother (who was also in the dream) live with me in reality but that was just part of the freakiness of the dream.
  • It loses focus, for sure, but is still worth a look for the unusual stylistic devices and its side-show freakiness..

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