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Definition of "freaky" []

  • Strange or unusual; freakish. (adjective)
  • Slang Frightening. (adjective)
  • Strange; unconventional; bizarre (adjective)

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Use "freaky" in a sentence
  • "As for use of the term "freaky boy," Savage insisted it wasn't meant in a derogatory fashion."
  • "But is it just me that, when hearing rappers in songs talking about getting "freaky" or getting their "freak" on or bringing out the "freak" in a woman, thinks, "*YAWN* That's what you call freaky!""
  • "For those of you who can't watch, here's a summary: Arquette explains that he and his "wife" (see what I mean about awkward?) like to engage in freaky sex acts involving dressing up in head-to-toe bunny costumes."