[free-kee] /ˈfri ki/
adjective, freakier, freakiest.
adjective freakier, freakiest
(slang) strange; unconventional; bizarre
another word for freakish
1824, from freak (n.) + -y (2). Psychedelic sense is from 1966.
Having the qualities of a freak or a freak-out; far out: I think it would be freaky to have an affair with my barber/ There is nothing bohemian, or beat, or hippie, or freaky about them. They are straights, uptight (1960s+ Narcotics)
[frey-she] /freɪˈʃɛ/ noun 1. René Maurice [ruh-ney maw-rees] /rəˈneɪ mɔˈris/ (Show IPA), 1878–1973, French mathematician.
[French frey-shet] /French freɪˈʃɛt/ noun 1. Louis Honoré [French lwee aw-naw-rey] /French lwi ɔ nɔˈreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1839–1908, Canadian poet and journalist.
[frek-uh l] /ˈfrɛk əl/ noun 1. one of the small, brownish spots on the skin that are caused by deposition of pigment and that increase in number and darken on exposure to sunlight; lentigo. 2. any small spot or discoloration: freckles of paint spattered on the floor. verb (used with object), freckled, freckling. 3. to […]
[frek-uh l-feyst] /ˈfrɛk əlˌfeɪst/ adjective 1. having a face conspicuously covered with freckles. adjective having noticeable face freckles