a display of people or animals with unusual or grotesque physical features, as at a circus or carnival sideshow.
any ludicrous, bizarre, or dehumanizing occasion, function, performance, etc.; grotesque, circuslike event:
endless interviews and auditions that became a ridiculous freak show.
any show or event that is in bad taste
Any show or event that is in bad taste; also, a person who behaves in a ludicrous, bizarre, or dehumanizing way: Britney, the freak show
- Freak someone out
verb phrase To cause someone to show the irrationality, lethargy, excitement, withdrawal, etc, of a psychedelic experience: The heavy metal sound freaked him out (1960s+ Narcotics)
- Freak trick
noun phrase A man who demands very exotic or brutal sexual activity: the victim of a ”freak trick,” a customer who gets his kicks from brutally beating girls (1970s+ Prostitutes)
[free-kee] /ˈfri ki/ adjective, freakier, freakiest. 1. . 2. Slang. /ˈfriːkɪ/ adjective freakier, freakiest 1. (slang) strange; unconventional; bizarre 2. another word for freakish adj. 1824, from freak (n.) + -y (2). Psychedelic sense is from 1966. adjective Having the qualities of a freak or a freak-out; far out: I think it would be freaky […]
[frey-she] /freɪˈʃɛ/ noun 1. René Maurice [ruh-ney maw-rees] /rəˈneɪ mɔˈris/ (Show IPA), 1878–1973, French mathematician.