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freak

a person, animal, or plant that is abnormal or deformed; monstrosity
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And boy, was it freakish, as Guardiola and most of the congregation urged Kompany not to be so daft as he lined up an effort from 28 yards.
The issue is in fact inseparably linked with the global crisis of degradation of nature and polluted environment whose one symptom is freakish weather.
The defender bagged a freakish third from distance after Jordan Forsythe and Jordan Owens had put Stephen Baxter's men in the box seat.
Summary: Tokyo [Japan], March 4 (ANI): Creator of the freakish Mother Bird, announced that the artwork has been destroyed after it rotted away.
We were outplayed one of those where I felt went our a freakish Initially arriving as cover for the injured Jonny Bairstow, Foakes struck a stylish century on debut, showed exemplary glovework throughout Ben and walked away as man of the series.
The author analyzes representations of twins in American literature and popular culture, focusing on the performance of their supposed identicalness and strange intimacy and arguing for a predominant cultural imagining of twins as freakish and singular in their similarity.
Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash described Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer's achievements in the game as "freakish" and was at a loss to explain how the duo has continued to dominate men's tennis for over a decade.
"I was amazed, it is very rare to get a hat-trick but for two to happen at the same time is freakish!".
That's a skill that comes in handy when he has to slay mutants as Grover on Freakish (season two hits Hulu in October), but the 20-year-old's talents don't stop there: He's also a super skilled singer and guitar player and even has his own band, Ask Jonesy & Company.
JOHN GOSDEN and Frankie Dettori can look forward to Epsom with a realistic chance of completing a coveted Classic double after the "freakish" Wings Of Desire took the Betfred Dante just 24 hours after his stablemate So Mi Dar landed the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes so stylishly.
LEEDS manager Neil Redfearn described six players pulling out of the side on the eve of the clash with Charlton as a "freakish set of events", but said he had to take the absences at face value.