Synonyms of freak in English:

freak


See definition of freak

noun

1‘the mouse was a genetically engineered freak’

SYNONYMS
aberration, abnormality, irregularity, oddity, monster, monstrosity, malformation, mutant
freak of nature

2‘they were dismissed as a bunch of freaks’

SYNONYMS
oddity, eccentric, eccentric person, peculiar person, strange person, unorthodox person, individualist, free spirit, maverick, misfit
crank, lunatic
informal queer fish, oddball, weirdo, weirdie, nutcase, nut, nutter
British informal odd bod
North American informal wacko, screwball, kook
US informal wackadoo, wackadoodle
informal, dated case

3‘the accident was a complete freak’

SYNONYMS
fluke, anomaly, aberration, rogue, rarity, quirk, oddity, unusual occurrence, peculiar turn of events, twist of fate
chance, coincidence, hazard, accident, mistake

4‘he's a radio ham and an electronics freak’

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enthusiast, fan, fanatic, addict, devotee, lover
master, wizard, expert, aficionado
informal buff, fiend, nut, maniac, ace
North American informal maven, geek, jock
South African informal fundi

adjective

1‘the flood was caused by a freak storm’

SYNONYMS
unusual, anomalous, atypical, untypical, unrepresentative, abnormal, aberrant, irregular, fluky, exceptional, unparalleled, unaccountable, bizarre, queer, peculiar, odd, freakish
unpredictable, unforeseeable, unexpected, unanticipated, surprise, surprising
rare, singular, isolated
North American informal backasswards
ANTONYMS

normal


verb

1‘he freaked out and started smashing the place up’

SYNONYMS
go crazy, go mad, go out of one's mind, go to pieces, crack, snap, lose control, lose one's self-control, lose control of the situation, act wildly
panic, get worked up, get hysterical
informal lose it, crack up, lose one's cool, go bananas, blow one's top, fly off the handle
British informal go crackers, throw a wobbly
North American informal blow one's stack
ANTONYMS

calm down