- adj1a.unorthodox, non-conformist, pertain-ing to freaks► Their awful freaky dancing.1b.amazing, outstanding, far-out. A term of approval used by freaks.► this freaky chick2.Americanupset, unsettled. A 1990s synonym for freaked out or freaking out, used by neo-Valley Girls, e.g., 'When I saw him I was, like, freaky'.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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Freaky — Single par Kumi Kōda extrait de l’album Kingdom Face A Freaky Face B Sora Sortie 27 juin 2007 … Wikipédia en Français
freaky — adj. markedly unusual or abnormal; as, freaky weather. Syn: freakish. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
freaky — 1824, from FREAK (Cf. freak) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Psychedelic sense is from 1966 … Etymology dictionary
freaky — ► ADJECTIVE (freakier, freakiest) informal ▪ very odd or strange. DERIVATIVES freakily adverb freakiness noun … English terms dictionary
freaky — [frēk′ē] adj. freakier, freakiest FREAKISH … English World dictionary
freaky — mod. strange; eccentric. □ I get a freaky feeling whenever I hear that music. □ That’s really freaky. □ What a freaky movie … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
freaky — adjective a) resembling a freak Ive heard the props and costumes in this play are quite freaky. b) odd; bizarre; unusual Have you met the freaky new guy who moved in next door? … Wiktionary
freaky — [[t]fri͟ːki[/t]] freakier, freakiest ADJ GRADED If someone or something is freaky, they are very unusual in some way. [INFORMAL] This guy bore a really freaky resemblance to Jones. Syn: weird, strange … English dictionary
freaky — UK [ˈfriːkɪ] / US [ˈfrɪkɪ] adjective Word forms freaky : adjective freaky comparative freakier superlative freakiest informal very strange and a little frightening … English dictionary
freaky — freak|y [ˈfri:ki] adj spoken strange or unusual and a bit frightening = ↑weird ▪ The movie was kind of freaky … Dictionary of contemporary English