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adjective as in high

adjective as in maniacal

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I was only a little freaked out by the morning's instruction.

“My dad freaked out when the tabloid reporter turned up,” Cumming says, in his lilting Scottish brogue.

As a young baby, her mother would sing her lullabies and “get totally freaked out” when she started singing them back in harmony.

Later, after taking his own shirt off in a supposed show of manliness, Dre freaked out when Andre Jr. copied him.

“Piper Kerman actually came in and was freaked out,” Shaw says, when asked how realistic the production design is.

I pointed him to my blog-post on the radio vans and he came back a minute later all freaked out.

Something about that made him a little freaked out, like Lester was making time with his sister or their mom.


On this page you'll find 348 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freaked-out, such as: insane, kooky, mad, nuts, nutty, and silly.

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