Definition of Freaked

1. Verb. (past of freak) ¹



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Definition of Freaked

1. freak [v] - See also: freak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freaked

frazil
frazils
frazzle
frazzled
frazzledness
frazzles
frazzling
freak accident
freak accidents
freak flag
freak of nature
freak out
freak shows
freaked (current term)
freakeries
freakery
freakful
freakier
freakiest
freakily
freakin'
freakiness
freakinesses
freakish
freakishly
freakishness
freakishnesses

Literary usage of Freaked

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1. The Heart of a Garden by Rosamund Marriott Watson (1906)
"... powdered, striped, and freaked, Laugh down the garden ways in motley wise, Rose-lipped, white-throated, ..."

2. The Chief American Poets by Curtis Hidden Page (1905)
"There too the face half-rustic, half-divine, Self-poised, sagacious, freaked with humor fine, 241 Of him who taught us not to mow and mope About our fancied ..."

3. Pre-Raphaelite and Other Poets: Lectures by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"Or take the word "freaked." "Freak" is commonly used to signify a ... "Fancifully marked" would be the exact meaning of "freaked" in the ordinary sense ..."

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