strange, odd, unusual
capricious notion or occurrence; deviation, abnormality; strange creation; crazy person (Slang); hippie; drug user
frighten, distress, excite; become frightened, become excited; become emotionally unstable, lose emotional control; use drugs; drug; act abnormally under the influence of drugs; spot, streak with color
1. person who practices the above things; sexually aggressive female (never missing a beat)
2. an offensively eccentric or crazy person
3. an effminate man, a male homosexsual
4. an extremely beautiful, good-looking woman
5. to dance in a provocative way.
6. to have sex
7. to take out the filter paper from a Black & Mild pipe-tobacco cigar."I'm going to freak this Mild"
\freak\, n. [prob. from oe. frek bold, as. frec bold, greedly; akin to ohg. freh greedly, g. frech insolent, icel. frekr greedy, goth. fa?hufriks avaricious.] a sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of fancy; a capricious prank; a vagary or caprice. she is restless and peevish, and sometimes in a freak will instantly change her habitation.
FREAK ("Factoring RSA Export Keys") is a security exploit of a cryptographic weakness in the SSL/TLS protocols introduced decades earlier for compliance with U.S. cryptography export regulations. These involved limiting exportable software to use only public key pairs with RSA moduli of 512 bits or less (so-called RSA EXPORT keys), with the intention of allowing them to be broken easily by the NSA, but not by other organizations with lesser computing resources. However, by the early 2010s, increases in computing power meant that they could be broken by anyone with access to relatively modest computing resources using the well-known Number Field Sieve algorithm, using as little as $100 of cloud computing services. Combined with the ability of a man-in-the-middle to manipulate the initial cipher suite negotiation between the endpoints in the connection and the fact that the Finished hash only depended on the master secret, this meant that a man-in-the-middle, with only a modest amount of computation could break the security of any website that allowed the use of 512-bit export-grade keys. While the exploit was only discovered in 2015, its underlying vulnerabilities had been present for many years, dating back to the 1990s.
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In current usage, the word "freak" is commonly used to refer to a person with something strikingly unusual about their appearance or behaviour. This usage dates from the so-called freak scene of the 1960s and 1970s.
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1) (v) Dance in a provocative way. 2) (v) Have sex. 3) (n) Person who practices the above things; sexually aggressive female (never missing a beat). 4) (v) To take out the filter paper from a Black & Mild pipe-tobacco cigar. "I'm going to freak this Mild"
A freak usually refers to a woman who's promiscuous. "To get your freak-on" means to have sex.
1. a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed
(synonym) monster, monstrosity, lusus naturae
(hypernym) mutant, mutation, variation, sport
2. someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction; "a golf addict"; "a car nut"; "a news junkie"
(synonym) addict, nut, junkie, junky
(hypernym) enthusiast, partisan, partizan
(hyponym) gym ratVerb
1. lose one's nerve; "When he saw the accident, he freaked out"
(synonym) freak out, gross out
n. course, journey, freak
bodybuilder with inhuman size or unproportionated muscles.
1) (v) Dance in a provocative way.
2) (v) Have sex.
3) (n) Person who practices the above things; sexually aggressive female (never missing a beat).
4) (v) To take out the filter paper from a Black & Mild pipe-tobacco cigar. "I'm going to freak this Mild"
An irregularity in a stamp such as color shifts, streaks, smears, double print, etc.
To variegate; to checker; to streak.
A sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of fancy; a capricious prank; a vagary or caprice.
1. person who is enthused about a particular thing: “a Jesus freak; a drug freak”; 2. unusually amazing person; 3. weirdo; 4. have an extreme reaction, either favourable or adverse, to something; 5. panic; 6. frighten: “Spiders really freak her out”; 7. experience the effects of a psychoactive drug: “She's really freaking, man”
person who needs to asserts their control over every detail 1. have an extreme reaction, either favourable or adverse, to something; 2. panic; 3. frighten: "Spiders really freak her out"; 4. extreme experience, usually terrifying, produced by hallucinogenic drugs; 5. any unusual or unexpected experience
overtly enthusiastic and obtrusive Christian addict of cheap wine
freak / freak out
show surprise or disbelief, flip, go ballistic Mom will freak when I tell her we're married.
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