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Noun
The people who watch or are interested in an artist, writer, or performer
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Plural for a person, animal, or plant with an unusual physical abnormality
“Einstein's own mother considered him to be a freak as he had a large head.”
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Plural for a very unusual and unexpected event or situation
“Do they rebuild thinking the storm was just a freak of nature and not likely to happen again?”
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Plural for a person regarded as strange because of their unusual appearance or behavior
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“She quickly glanced at her appearance to make sure she didn't look like a freak or anything.”
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Plural for a person who is fanatical about a particular activity or interest
“Admittedly, I am a fitness freak. I row, run up mountains, and do the triathlon, among other things.”
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Plural for a person who is addicted to a substance, typically illegal drugs
“I was in a cell with a meth freak who tried to talk to his wife in the women's section by yelling into the toilet bowl.”
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Plural for a sudden desire or change of mind, especially one that is unusual or unexplained
“Frank went to London on a sudden freak to buy the mysterious pianoforte for Jane.”
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Plural for something rare, uncommon or unusual, especially one having particular value
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Plural for a person or thing that is excluded from a general statement or does not follow a rule
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Plural for an unlikely chance occurrence, especially a surprising piece of luck
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Plural for the quality of being strange or peculiar
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Plural for a young person with exceptional qualities or abilities
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Plural for a practical joke or mischievous trick
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Plural for a licentious person whose behavior is regarded as debauched, abnormal and unacceptable
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Plural for an odd, awkward or annoying person
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To become mentally worked up or unhinged
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“She started to freak at the sight of his pale face and dull eyes.”
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To feel great fear about something
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To (suddenly) strike with fear
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To make stripes or lines on
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