freakish


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characteristic of a freak

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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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Mother Bird was made out of rubber and natural oils, showcasing a freakish face of a woman with huge bulgy eyes and a large mouth.
"It was a series of freakish events that took place.
Foreign press commented on Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's recent remarks calling the "Humanity Monument" built by a Turkish sculptor "freakish." French daily Liberation said Erdogan's remarks were a reflection of ignorance and lack of culture.
The former Wales football star will play freakish criminal Scales in the superhero drama.
This is what happens to Adam Kindred, one May evening in Chelsea, London, when a freakish series of malign accidents and a split-second decision turns his life upside down forever.
In a freakish piece, Jaakko contorts his body and scuttles sideway on all fours through the dark haunted-house corridors of tactileBOSCH's old studio complex.
Berrent immediately thought the enterprise would make a great reality show, but the industry thought Cirque Berzerk wasn't freakish enough--at least, not reality-show freakish.
Scientists revealed the "rosada" - or pink - iguana is not merely a freakish version of an ordinary land iguana.
It's a shame because a few years ago it seemed like the women's game was picking up and several names popped up who could give the freakish family a run for their money but they all bombed out early in this competition leaving the final a foregone conclusion.
A duet between Galvo and Marvel Benavides proved both exciting and freakish, Calvo ultimately hanging from a harness on a hook.
The condemning chorus taunts: "You gon kill yourself or you want all the whities to know how freakish you is.
The obits go on for only a couple of pages, yet they give no real depth nor context to the dead, and only highlight their most freakish, inane, or pitiable deficiencies.
Calypso, 14 and from Los Angeles, is considered a freakish misfit by the wealthy, often titled English girls and harassed unmercifully.
Especially after life in housing-hungry New York or London, it's freakish to see an entire (albeit small-scale) cityscape uninhabited, and difficult to avoid the conclusion that this is what the world will look like once we've exhausted it, or ourselves.
But with few exceptions, Taher says, Univision's programming is mired in old-time homophobia--with gays and lesbians presented largely as abnormal, transgenders represented by men in freakish drag, and bisexuality referenced for purposes of titillation--only in women.