How to Conjugate Freak Out
- Infinitive: Freak Out
- Present Tense: Freak Out/ Freaks Out
- -ing Form: Freaking Out
- Past Tense: Freaked Out
- Past Participle: Freaked Out
Definitions of Freak Out:
1. When someone becomes irrationally upset or angry, sometimes to the point of confusion.
Examples: Stephanie nearly freaked out when she found out that her dad was dating an eighteen year old.
A lot of people don’t think they’re afraid of heights, but freak out when they try mountain climbing.
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