freaking

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adjective or adverb freak·ing \ˈfrē-kən, -kiŋ\

Definition of freaking

  1. :  damned —used as an intensive

Origin and Etymology of freaking

euphemism for frigging or fucking


First Known Use: 1928


FREAKING Defined for English Language Learners

freaking

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adjective

Definition of freaking for English Language Learners

  • —used to make an angry statement more forceful



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