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freakish (adj.)

1650s, "capricious," from freak (n.) + -ish. Meaning "grotesque" is recorded from 1805. Related: Freakishly; freakishness. Keats has freakful.

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Definitions of freakish from WordNet

freakish (adj.)
changeable;
freakish weather
Synonyms: capricious
freakish (adj.)
characteristic of a freak;
a freakish extra toe
freakish (adj.)
conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual;
a freakish combination of styles
Synonyms: bizarre / eccentric / freaky / flaky / flakey / gonzo / off-the-wall / outlandish / outre
From wordnet.princeton.edu