freaky

[free-kee]
adjective, freakier, freakiest.
2.
Slang.
b.
weird; strange.
c.
of or pertaining to freaks.

Origin:
1815–25; freak1 + -y1

freakily, adverb
freakiness, noun
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freaky (ˈfriːkɪ)
 
adj , freakier, freakiest
1.  slang strange; unconventional; bizarre
2.  another word for freakish
 
'freakily
 
adv
 
'freakiness
 
n

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freaky
1824, from freak + -y (2).
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Example sentences
To a western ear, this all sounds a bit freaky, but it seems to work.
It is freaky the first fifty or so times it happens, and then you get used to
  it.
Freaky stuff to those of us who are totally grounded to reality.
It would rain when it wasn't supposed to, or we'd have freaky snow.
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