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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.

freaky

mod. strange; eccentric. I get a freaky feeling whenever I hear that music.
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"Freaky Friday" is loads of fun as an alternately perky and serious musical.
Disney's Freaky Friday was first adapted for the screen in 1976 which starred Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster, and the 2003 redo paired Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan.
"Hindi raw kasi maganda ang kambing ko (They say my goat is no good)," says Morales, quoting elders in the town who associate the freaky animal with fortunes turning good or bad.
Freaky Forms Deluxe gives young gamers the opportunity to create all kinds of creatures and objects, some beautiful, some bizarre.
"Eyeballs and Goo - What's Inside You?" will teach children about all the gross and freaky things their bodies can do through experiments and demonstrations.
WILL Madhuri Dixit be playing Sonam Kapoor's mother in Anil Kapoor's remake of Hollywood hit Freaky Friday ?
No, it's not one of his and fellow author Steven D Levitt's "freaky" economic theories as expounded in their best-selling book Freakonomics, or its follow up Superfreakonomics.
Pruhs switched Freaky Cole from the Derby Invitation into impressive all-the-way success to add to an earlier victory by kennelmate Plan.
"My Freaky Family" introduces us to all the family members using alliterative descriptions.
FREAKY eater Joanne Adams always dreamed of tucking into a tasty parmo on a night out in Boro with the girls.
It would really sound freaky. It was already quite freaky when I heard my song played on the radio when I was coming back in the car from the studio."
In some respects it's like Freaky Friday - its central idea is a total rip off - but it's not like Freaky Friday, in other respects - it's rubbish.
Forget those freaky devices you see on late-night TV.
legend Volume 10 ("Freaky Pumps"), as well as the underground classic "What's Up Fatlip" released as a single in 2000.
I did see March of the Penguins, set in the Antarctic, which seemed like a good antidote to the unrelated-to-global-warming, sticky, freaky blast furnace of a summer we had.