freaky

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Synonyms for freaky

Synonyms for freaky

resembling a freak

Synonyms for freaky

strange and somewhat frightening

conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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THE FREAK: Set in a futuristic utopia where conformity is the highest law, a little dancing misfit manages to transform his world into a freakier place for all to enjoy.
People are just a little more freakier and a little more fun than everywhere else.
Matt Bomer added that he wants a freakier role during his guest appearance in "American Horror Story: Freak Show" this fall.
They can't change the format and the types of personality have got freakier.
Using these figures, Lipnicki uncovered a statistical correlation between dream bizarreness and geomagnetic activity, with freakier dreams occurring on days with the least geomagnetic activity.
We are all voyeurs," he says, "desperate to see other people who are freakier than us.
They're raw and direct, funkier and freakier this time around, reflecting such eclectic influences as the Smiths, Rick James, Sly and The Family Stone, the Stooges and the Isley Brothers.
Where 2004's "Van Hunt" introduced the Dayton-born singer/songwriter's organic brew of rock-laced R&B, "On The Jungle Floor" adds funkier, freakier flavors that recall influences as disparate as the Isley Brothers, the Smiths, Rick James and the Stooges.
The game industry has taken notice, using this month to release some of its freakier titles.
We're operating a lot more out of the box,opening up more to our freakier side.
My daughter, Lily-Rose, who is six, has been pretty good at differentiating my on-and-off-screen personas - and is never unnerved by my freakier types.
It doesn't make the movie any freakier than ``Nightmare''; indeed, that Halloween semi-perennial boasts more outre imagination per painstakingly wrought shot.