freak´ish|ly

freak´ish|ly
freak|ish «FREE kihsh», adjective.
1. full of freaks; very queer or unusual: »

The famous actress had a freakish disposition.

2. capricious; whimsical: »

the bounds of freakish youth (William Cowper).

3. of the nature of a freak; queer; grotesque: »

Some forms of cactus appear freakish.

freak´ish|ly, adverb.
freak´ish|ness, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • freak|ish — «FREE kihsh», adjective. 1. full of freaks; very queer or unusual: »The famous actress had a freakish disposition. 2. capricious; whimsical: »the bounds of freakish youth (William Cowper). 3. of the nature of a freak; queer; …   Useful english dictionary

  • freak·ish — …   Useful english dictionary

  • freak´ish|ness — freak|ish «FREE kihsh», adjective. 1. full of freaks; very queer or unusual: »The famous actress had a freakish disposition. 2. capricious; whimsical: »the bounds of freakish youth (William Cowper). 3. of the nature of a freak; queer; …   Useful english dictionary

  • ish — ish·er·wood; ish·kash·mi; ish·kyl·dite; ish·ma·el; ish·ma·el·ite; ish·ma·el·it·ish; ish·ma·el·it·ish; is·land·ish; ivory tower·ish; jad·ish; jew·ish·ness; jin·go·ish; kent·ish; kent·ish·man; kick·ish; kit·ten·ish; knav·ish; knav·ish·ly;… …   English syllables

  • freak — freak·ish; freak; freak·ery; freak·i·ness; freak·ing; freak·ish·ly; freak·ish·ness; …   English syllables

  • freakish — freak·ish …   English syllables

  • freakishly — freak·ish·ly …   English syllables

  • freakish — freak•ish [[t]ˈfri kɪʃ[/t]] adj. 1) unusual; odd; grotesque: a freakish appearance[/ex] 2) whimsical; capricious: freakish changes[/ex] • Etymology: 1645–55 freak′ish•ly, adv. freak′ish•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • freakful — freakˈish, freakˈful or freakˈy adjective 1. Apt to change the mind suddenly 2. Very unusual, odd • • • Main Entry: ↑freak …   Useful english dictionary

  • freakish — freak|ish [ˈfri:kıʃ] adj very unusual and strange, and sometimes frightening = ↑weird ▪ freakish weather >freakishly adv >freakishness n [U] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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