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Synonyms for FREAK

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. freak, monster, monstrosity, lusus naturae(noun)

    a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed

    addict, ogre, fiend, monster, demon, lusus naturae, teras, junkie, nut, colossus, junky, goliath, devil, monstrosity, giant, behemoth, freak

  2. addict, nut, freak, junkie, junky(verb)

    someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction

    "a golf addict"; "a car nut"; "a bodybuilding freak"; "a news junkie"

    addict, bollock, testis, junkie, lusus naturae, monster, screwball, nut, junky, monstrosity, egg, fruitcake, en, testicle, ball, orchis, crank, drug addict, nut case, crackpot, ballock, freak

  3. freak out, freak, gross out(verb)

    lose one's nerve

    "When he saw the accident, he freaked out"

    freak out, repel, disgust, freak, revolt, gross out

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. freak(n.)

    whim, whimsey, caprice, fancy, humor, crotchet, maggot, vagary, quirk, WRINKLE

  2. freak(n.)

    gambol, antic, caper

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. freak(n)

    whim, vagary, caprice, whimsey, humor, crotchet, fancy

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases:

    monster, flipper, fiend, hippie, psycho, beast, creep, maniac, aberration, panic, mutant, sicko, barge, weirdo, schmuck, geek

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How to use FREAK in a sentence?

  1. Robert Kirkman:

    No storylines were changed, you know, that was a tragic accident. It was n’t story related, it was just a freak accident that happened on set and it’s something that we’re dealing with, but it has n’t affected the storyline in any way.

  2. Donna Wood:

    This is a horrible, horrible, freak, tragic accident, i cannot imagine a worse way to end your year.

  3. Keith Anderson:

    That's the kind of thing that starts to freak out suppliers, it's a little off-putting to see a ribbon right below what you just paid for that says,' Look at our products.' Our Brands are right to be skeptical.

  4. Judge Martin Rudland:

    Telling a women beater who is clearly a control freak, binge drink and drug taker who by the way probably drives his car whilst intoxicated there's plenty more fish in the sea I would touch this prick with a blunt barge pole if I was shark shit!!!! Yes this is a sarcastic comment as its definately not a great comment by this so called Judge.

  5. Katy Gough:

    I have a lot of anxiety around being in a certain place at a certain time as I'm a bit of a control freak and prefer to do things at my own pace and because of this, taking public transport makes me incredibly anxious, you have no control over what time you travel, how busy it's going to be and you don't have the ability to say 'no' and turn around and go back home once you get on. I had previously had a massive panic attack on a train journey to London and now, a large part of me associates trains and public transport with anxiety and panic attacks.

Translations for FREAK

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  • каприз, чудак, прищявкаBulgarian
  • magor, blázen, podivín, nadšenecCzech
  • Laune, Freak, SpinnerGerman
  • φρικιόGreek
  • antojo, fenómeno, capricho, fanático, piradoSpanish
  • -friikki, friikki, kummajainen, oikku, päähänpisto, luonnonoikkuFinnish
  • fou, monstre, phénomène, fanatique, caprice, original, anormalFrench
  • सनकीHindi
  • entusiasta, fricchettone, abnorme, capriccio, fenomeno, bizzarria, ghiribizzo, deforme, sfizio, maniaco, fanatico, patitoItalian
  • 変人, フリークJapanese
  • ќуд, чудак, фанатик, каприц, изродMacedonian
  • engerd, fanaatDutch
  • ciudățenieRomanian
  • каприз, чудачество, урод, фрик, фанат, умник, чудовище, фанатик, причуда, чудак, уродина, уродец, монстр, ботаникRussian
  • குறும்புTamil
  • ความประหลาดThai
  • manyakTurkish
  • дивакUkrainian

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