Freak-out meaning

frēkout
(slang, intransitive) To react (cause to react) with extreme anger or fear to something to the extent that one loses one's composure or behaves irrationally; originally, to suffer an unexpected and severe bad reaction from the recreational use of a psychotropic - usually hallucinogenic - drug,
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(slang) To scare someone.
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An experience or scene of unrestrained excitement or irrational behavior.
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An experience of frightening feelings or hallucinations, especially due to taking a drug.
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One having such an experience or participating in such a scene.
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Origin of freak-out

  • Coined in the Mothers of Invention album Freak Out.

    From Wiktionary