Definitions

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  • adv. In a freakish manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a freakish manner; capriciously.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. unpredictably

Etymologies

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freakish +‎ -ly

Examples

  • The first batch of ammo he sent me turned in freakishly small groups on the order of 3/4-inch at 100 yards.

    Too Much Accuracy?

  • It's a star that they describe as freakishly massive.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2007

  • The sentencing is part of the story of a suburban Washington man whom friends described as "freakishly intelligent" and who became known to the FBI as a prolific Internet propagandist for al-Qaeda.

    N.Va. man sentenced to 25 years for threats, trying to join terrorist group

  • If Manu can function normally (aka freakishly) while masked,

    Pounding The Rock

  • It has the Tories down 5 on last month, and Labour up 7; but the Tory drop has to be seen through the prism of a "freakishly" high result for them last month, and - besides - they're still 15 points clear of Brown & Co.

    Poll round-up

  • It's not clear who's balking more - lenders or borrowers, as it doesn't seem that anyone trusts anyone else anymore when it comes to credit and debt - but "freakishly" low rates are no longer the exclusive domain of big banks borrowing from the Fed at zero percent.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • Lorig already appears to be finding a niche on special teams - the better to nail down a roster spot - and Morris said he is "freakishly" athletic.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers : News

  • By resting a bird on a moisturised stand (a flap of fat in Walken’s case, and a can of soda, beer, or water in most others) and keeping it hoisted, you get juicy interior meat, crispy skin, and a kind of freakishly fun sight to show guests while the meal’s cooking.

    Top 10 How-To Cooking Videos | Lifehacker Australia

  • By resting a bird on a moisturised stand a flap of fat in Walken’s case, and a can of soda, beer, or water in most others and keeping it hoisted, you get juicy interior meat, crispy skin, and a kind of freakishly fun sight to show guests while the meal’s cooking.

    Top 10 How-To Cooking Videos | Lifehacker Australia

  • “But there was a freakishly large amount of snow in DC earlier this year!”

    Matthew Yglesias » Arctic Seabed Methane Stores Destabilizing

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