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Origin of freak-out
Words nearby freak-out
Example sentences from the Web for freak-out
They had a freak-out moment and destroyed some source material.
And have you seen that amazing supercut of all the Nic Cage freak-out scenes online?
I watched it with Danny [Pudi] when he was preparing for his Nicolas Cage freak-out scene in our Nicolas Cage episode.
Michelle Cottle on what the freak-out reveals about the GOP's splintered base.How Bad Is It? Even Ann Coulter Has Turned On Conservatives|Michelle Cottle|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for freak-out
Idioms and Phrases with freak-out
Experience or cause to experience hallucinations, paranoia, or other frightening feelings as a result of taking a mind-altering drug. For example, They were freaking out on LSD or some other drug. [Slang; mid-1960s]
Behave or cause to behave irrationally and uncontrollably, with enthusiasm, excitement, fear, or madness. For example, The band's wild playing made the audience freak out, or It was such a close accident, it really freaked me out, or She freaked out and ended up in the psychiatric ward. [Slang; 1960s] Also see flip one's lid; wig out.