Freakish and Weird


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Freakish adjective – Prone to sudden illogical changes of mind, ideas, or actions.
Weird is a synonym for freakish in usual topic. In some cases you can use "Weird" instead an adjective "Freakish", when it comes to topics like abnormal, odd. popular alternative
Nearby Words: freak, freaky, freaked, freakishly
Synonyms for Freakish


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Weird adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: always has a somewhat weird opinion of what's happening in the news

Freakish is a synonym for weird in usual topic. You can use "Freakish" instead an adjective "Weird", if it concerns topics such as bizarre. popular alternative
Nearby Words: weirdo, weirdly, weirding, weirded
Synonyms for Weird

Things that words describes

behaviour freakish behaviour weird behaviour
sense freakish sense weird sense
obsession freakish obsession weird obsession
dream freakish dream weird dream
Other nouns: creature, way, example, mix, ways, events, looks, experiments, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Glass Eye No explanation is offered in the anime (aside from the fact that it glows with a weird blue or violet light when he's summoning familiars/casting curses/generally being freakish and supernatural), but in the manga, during a confrontation with Tsuzuki, it falls out, revealing it to be a glass eye.
    Source: Glass Eye
  • Literature / The Shining Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: It's possible to explain away just about every single weird, terrifying and freakish event in the story as the delusions of people who are in highly-excited states of mind, though some examples are easier to justify this way than others.
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