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EtymologyEdit

freak +‎ -ish

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freakish ‎(comparative more freakish, superlative most freakish)

  1. Resembling a freak.
  2. Strange, unusual, abnormal or bizarre.
    • 2013 September 22, Phil McNulty, “Man City 4–1 Man Utd”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1], BBC Sport, archived from the original on 22 October 2014:
      This was arguably a more emphatic win than that Old Trafford thrashing, without the freakish element and simply the result of City's vast superiority in all areas.
  3. Capricious, unpredictable.

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