[free-kish] /ˈfri kɪʃ/
queer; odd; unusual; grotesque:
a freakish appearance.
of, related to, or characteristic of a freak; abnormal or unusual
unpredictable or changeable: freakish weather
1650s, “capricious,” from freak (n.) + -ish. Meaning “grotesque” is recorded from 1805. Related: Freakishly; freakishness.
noun 1. a person or animal that is born or grows with abnormal physical features. 2. an unusual, unexpected natural phenomenon.
[freek-out] /ˈfrikˌaʊt/ noun, Slang. 1. an act or instance of freaking out. 2. a person who freaks out. noun
noun 1. a display of people or animals with unusual or grotesque physical features, as at a circus or carnival sideshow. 2. any ludicrous, bizarre, or dehumanizing occasion, function, performance, etc.; grotesque, circuslike event: endless interviews and auditions that became a ridiculous freak show. noun any show or event that is in bad taste noun […]
- 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)