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freaky

slang Strange or unsettling. It's kind of freaky that the three of us unknowingly wore such similar outfits today. I refuse to go see that scary movie with you—I can't handle freaky things like that.
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freaky

mod. strange; eccentric. I get a freaky feeling whenever I hear that music.
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