[ UK /fɹˈiːkɪʃli/ ]
  1. unpredictably
    the weather has been freakishly variable
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How To Use freakishly In A Sentence

  • Tall, muscular, almost freakishly strong in the arms, he developed into a murderous but essentially orthodox batsman and a slow-medium bowler with a textbook side-on action.
  • In Switzerland, itwas mid-June when the freakishly bad weather began — "an almost perpetualrain, " Mary recalled, with terrific thunderstorms rippling back and forthacross the lake.
  • Frankly, we hope it's the latter (we miss you Jo!), but if it's the former, this doc should prove freakishly fascinating.
  • Others suggest a less sinister theory, arguing that the continent's torrential summer season is down to a completely natural and not entirely unexpected event: freakishly unseasonable weather.
  • Even if the pedestrian in the crosswalk is freakishly agile. Dallas Blog, Daily News, Dallas Politics, Opinion, and Commentary FrontBurner Blog D Magazine » Blog Archive » Open Letter to the Driver Who Almost Hit Me This Morning
  • She gave her thoughts on a few of the tops, which were actually in line with my own thoughts, but pointed out that the eight kind of bunched up around my freakishly large hips, and maybe I'd want a ten on top too. Ana-ng Diary Entry
  • And though I didn't look too long - I'm a shifty character whose eyes can't stay in one spot for very long - I noticed that his bluey eyes freakishly matched the lovely blue of his team shirt…
  • Arguably, the Streak is more of a freakishly large smartphone than a tablet.
  • The egotistical Bravo is cursed with a comically unsymmetrical structure: a freakishly long torso on top of Smurf-sized legs.
  • the weather has been freakishly variable
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