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freaking

[ free-king ]
/ ˈfri kɪŋ /
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adjective, adverb Slang.

(used as an intensifier).

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Origin of freaking

1965–70; freak1 + -ing2; euphemistically echoing frigging and fucking
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British Dictionary definitions for freaking

freaking
/ (ˈfriːkɪŋ) /

adjective, adverb (prenominal)

slang, mainly US (intensifier)his freaking mother; this is freaking weird

Word Origin for freaking

C20: euphemism for fucking
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