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  • adjective comparative form of freaky: more freaky

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Examples

  • What’s even freakier is being scared I would get hit on by a bunch of gay guys … but being a bit disappointed when that didn’t happen.

    La freak: So chic | Johnny B. Truant

  • Her dress is not "freakier" than Elton Johns was in the 70's.

    The Superficial - Because You're Ugly

  • Also, if you write a column that tries not to shy from the freakish and bizarre, what could be freakier or more bizarre than the opening of a new bookstore?

    New Steps for Book Lovers

  • But the interesting thing about the show as it space-hops toward its conclusion is that, for all its proclaimed engagement with post-9/11 discourse, it is actually getting freakier and more far-out by the minute.

    Lost In Space

  • Hell, yeah, son…they freakier than them bitches on MySpace and BlackPlanet put together….

    Deep Throat Diva

  • He likes to get as freaky (or freakier) as other people yet leads a party that condemns those actions.

    Steele says he has 'slimmer margin' for error

  • Mr. Lethem wanted to play with many of the elements of the bronze-age superhero (crazy costumes, alien robots, freaky bad guys, freakier "good" guys, life or death combat), but it came across as very emotionally flat.

    What Are You Reading? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • Hell, yeah, son…they freakier than them bitches on MySpace and BlackPlanet put together….

    Deep Throat Diva

  • But the interesting thing about the show as it space-hops toward its conclusion is that, for all its proclaimed engagement with post-9/11 discourse, it is actually getting freakier and more far-out by the minute.

    Lost In Space

  • There's a full trailer on YouTube that's even freakier than the snippets you see in the audience reaction teaser.

    "Paranormal Activity": I Want to Go to There

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