freak


freak
01. The fishing boat sank in a [freak] storm off the coast of Newfoundland.
02. My neighbors are health [freaks] who never eat any kind of meat.
03. Transvestites are often regarded as [freaks], and are usually assumed to be homosexuals.
04. Dave is a computer [freak] who spends all his free time in front of his PC.
05. The guy is a total pot-smoking, granola-eating, hippie [freak].
06. My parents [freaked] when I told them I had dented their new car.
07. Your boyfriend is going to [freak] when you tell him you want to break up.
08. She is really [freaky] looking with all those piercings in her eyebrows.
09. A large part of the orange crop grown in Florida was destroyed during a [freak] snowstorm which hit the state in the middle of the growing season.
10. After someone found out he was gay, the young man was treated like a [freak] by the other students at his high school.
11. My brother is a hockey [freak] who never misses a game and has pictures of his favorite players all over the walls of his room.
12. My neighbor is a real [freak]; a vegetarian with long hair, hippie clothes and peace symbols tattooed on both his arms.
13. Fitness [freaks] are holding a fair in the conference center and the public is invited to come and learn the latest news from the world of healthy living.
14. We [freaked] when we saw the police car behind us.
15. There was a [freak] snowstorm that stopped traffic in the Sahara Desert for hours a few years ago.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • freak — freak …   Dictionnaire des rimes

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  • Freak — Freak, n. [Prob. from OE. frek bold, AS. frec bold, greedly; akin to OHG. freh greedly, G. frech insolent, Icel. frekr greedy, Goth. fa[ i]hufriks avaricious.] 1. A sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of fancy; a capricious prank; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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