- v. slang, intransitive To react (or cause to react) with extreme anger or fear to something to the extent that one loses one's composure or behaves irrationally; originally, to suffer an unexpected and severe bad reaction from the recreational use of a psychotropic - usually hallucinogenic - drug,
- v. slang, transitive To scare someone.
- v. lose one's nerve
- n. a wild delusion (especially one induced by a hallucinogenic drug)
- Coined in the Mothers of Invention album Freak Out. (Wiktionary)
“You ain’t gonna go to my aunt’s house to freak out an eightysomething-year-old woman, and I’m not helping you blow up innocent people here for twelve strands of light or whatever you were babbling about!”
“I tried not to freak out too badly, even though under Stephanie Pierce’s name it said we needed to buy ten spiral notebooks.”
“And the surprise glimpse of well-filled panties can freak out an army.”
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