American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang An experience of frightening feelings or hallucinations, especially as a result of taking a drug.
- n. Slang An experience or scene of unrestrained excitement or irrational behavior.
- n. Slang One having such an experience or participating in such a scene.
“Have your “freak-out”, learn from it, get over it, and move forward with vigor and a deep intention to enjoy each day to the fullest.”
“In following these three simple steps you will attack the onset of the “freak-out” and you will be in a proactive state of mind.”
“I bet if you took the time to evaluate a past “freak-out” you would probably tell me what the opportunity was or could have been (if you allowed it).”
“So, what if you are not able to avoid a “freak-out”?”
“My mother's having another one, which she says is the last, dammit, and she also told my dad not to bother coming this time, he's such a freak-out.”
“Same thing with Troy, who threw a foolishly overwrought freak-out at the end of the psychology experiment.”
“That was a pretty powerful freak-out scene by Carlos Bernard right before he didn't get his vengeance.”
“But in Building 43, there was something of a freak-out.”
“I try to hold it together until she returns, feeling like my freak-out needs an audience to be most effective.”
“As I sit here, staring at my brand new pair of Brooks Adrenaline GTS 11s my name is Emily and I'm an over-pronator, I can slowly feel a freak-out moment creeping up on me again.”
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