Meaning of freakily in English:

freakily

adverb

informal

See freaky

‘I step in front of them, and sure as Sunday is long, their eyes are glassed over and they're stood completely still like freakily realistic waxworks.’
  • ‘She didn't usually care what her fortune cookies ever said but this was too freakily coincidental.’
  • ‘He is correct about all of this stuff, but he is also freakily obsessed with this garbage situation.’
  • ‘Yet he also seems to have a strong vision for the play, and, rather freakily, has exactly the same voice as this newspaper's arts editor, which made setting up this feature ever so slightly weird.’