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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MY FIRST stop after watching this two-hour advert for sheer freakiness was a long, hot shower.
The British may have thought German Jugendstil excessive (p28), but the freakiness of Art Nouveau seemed ridiculous.
Meanwhile, in New York, the Friends of the Fine Arts have ratcheted up the possibility of freakiness at the easel by sponsoring a series of roving, newfangled life-drawing sessions in various surprising locations--inside a tent colony, for instance, or out on a pier.
Julien Temple's formless documentary "Glastonbury" aims to capture the festival's chaos and free-wheeling freakiness and accomplishes this goal, though a bit too thoroughly for its own good.
You're the foundation for my fundamental freakiness," she sings.
It's seemingly from another planet--weird synth, samples like a screaming crowd from a sports event, Ian MacKaye from Minor Threat and other freakiness, if you play this loud at home it may drive your mom to tears.
We cannot grumble because over 13 games there is no luck or freakiness about what has happened.
It's the Stagedoor Manor in upstate New York and every year, show kids - who acknowledge their freakiness in the film - go there to learn how to belt out Broadway standards with the best of them.
In addition to bringing a much-needed non-destruction-oriented nickname to skateboarding, Kevin "Spanky" Long's friendly and sincere demeanor stands out like shorts in a contest, what with all the sour attitudes, freakiness and out-and-out cluelessness among today's teens.
And anyway, all freakiness really does is make you special.
Objectivity and distance rule; the exaggeration and freakiness are already there tenfold.
Unadultered freakiness abounds and although they don't really sound like either band, I can't help thinking of Scratch Acid (pounding beat) and The Nation of Ulysses (wacky, off tune vocals) as reference points.
When I read about that in the script initially, I thought it added to the overall freakiness of the Rusty Nail character,'' Walker explains.