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Synonyms for freak

Synonyms for freak

a person who is ardently devoted to a particular subject or activity

an impulsive, often illogical turn of mind

a person or animal that is abnormally formed

Synonyms for freak

a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed

someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction

lose one's nerve

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DOLCINO, LOUGHBOROUGH Dolcino offers a huge choice of different types of freak shakes - nine to be exact.
Small American freak shows first started to spring up in 1829, around the time of the arrival of Chang and Eng, the original Siamese twins; American sideshows began hitting its stride in the 1840s.
He said bringing Freak Shakes to North Wales was "the best idea that came along in four years since graduating".
Although Microsoft Research was part of the team to uncover FREAK alongside European cryptographers, Redmond chose not to reveal Windows as vulnerable until today.
The actor is joining the "American Horror Story'' family for the anthology series' fourth season, subtitled "Freak Show.'' The Emmy-winning star of "The Shield'' will portray the ex-husband and father of characters played, respectively, by Kathy Bates and Evan Peters.
"In some cases, the control freak sees their constant intervention as beneficial or even necessary; this can be caused by feelings of separation or departure from one ...
Jessica - mum to Honor, five, and two-year-old Haven - told how her children have made her less of a "control freak".
Wild Boy is a part of a nineteenth century London freak show.
They are variously a boy with schizophrenia who calls himself Freak, a boy known as Drip who has ADHD and an elective mute whose name is Sunshine.
Founder Sandra Tochia said that fitness should be fun so they have made Fitness Freak RAVE, where one doesn't even realises of working out.
Injury events are too often labeled "freak accidents" in news stories, showing a need for better education on injury prevention messages given to the public, according to a recent study.
And Newcastle's selfconfessed freak, contortionist Chris Cross, got his music hero's seal of approval when he performed for the star at the London auditions for his Halloween Night of Fear tour.