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Unique vs. Freak

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Uniqueadjective

(uncomparable) Being the only one of its kind; unequaled, unparalleled or unmatched.

‘Every person has a unique life, therefore every person has a unique journey. ― Gary Cook’;

Freaknoun

A sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of fancy; a capricious prank; a vagary or caprice.

Uniqueadjective

Of a feature, such that only one holder has it.

Freaknoun

Someone or something that is markedly unusual or unpredictable.

Uniqueadjective

Particular, characteristic.

Freaknoun

A hippie.

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Uniqueadjective

(proscribed) Of a rare quality, unusual.

Freaknoun

A drug addict.

Uniquenoun

A thing without a like; something unequalled or unparallelled.

Freaknoun

(of a person) A nonconformist, especially in appearance, social behavior, sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or business practices; an oddball, especially in physiology (i.e., "circus freak"); unique, sometimes in a displeasing way.

Uniqueadjective

Being without a like or equal; unmatched; unequaled; unparalleled; single in kind or excellence; sole.

Freaknoun

(bodybuilding) A person whose physique has grown far beyond the normal limits of muscular development; often a bodybuilder weighing more than 120 kilos (260 pounds).

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Uniquenoun

A thing without a like; something unequaled or unparalleled.

‘The phenix, the unique pf birds.’;

Freaknoun

An enthusiast, or person who has an obsession with, or extreme knowledge of, something.

‘Bob's a real video-game freak. He owns every games console of the last ten years.’;

Uniqueadjective

radically distinctive and without equal;

‘he is alone in the field of microbiology’; ‘this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem’; ‘Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint’; ‘craftsmen whose skill is unequaled’; ‘unparalleled athletic ability’; ‘a breakdown of law unparalleled in our history’;

Freaknoun

A very sexually perverse individual.

‘She's a freak in the sack!’;

Uniqueadjective

(followed by `to') applying exclusively to a given category or condition or locality;

‘a species unique to Australia’;

Freaknoun

(dated) A streak of colour; variegation.

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Uniqueadjective

the single one of its kind;

‘a singular example’; ‘the unique existing example of Donne's handwriting’; ‘a unique copy of an ancient manuscript’; ‘certain types of problems have unique solutions’;

Freaknoun

A man, particularly a bold, strong, vigorous man.

Uniqueadjective

highly unusual or rare but not the single instance;

‘spoke with a unique accent’; ‘had unique ability in raising funds’; ‘a frankness unique in literature’; ‘a unique dining experience’;

Freaknoun

A fellow; a petulant young man.

Uniqueadjective

being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else

‘the situation was unique in British politics’; ‘original and unique designs’;

Freakverb

(transitive) To make greatly distressed and/or a discomposed appearance

Uniqueadjective

belonging or connected to (one particular person, place, or thing)

‘a style of architecture that is unique to Portugal’;

Freakverb

(transitive) To be placed or place someone under the influence of a psychedelic drug

Uniqueadjective

particularly remarkable, special, or unusual

‘a unique opportunity to see the spectacular Bolshoi Ballet’;

Freakverb

(transitive) To streak; to variegate

Uniquenoun

a unique person or thing

‘some of Lamb's writings were so memorably beautiful as to be uniques in their class’;

Freakverb

(intransitive) To experience reality withdrawal, or hallucinations (nightmarish), to behave irrational or unconventional due to drug use.

Freakverb

(intransitive) To react extremely or irrationally, usually under distress or discomposure

Freakadjective

strange, weird, unexpected

Freakverb

To variegate; to checker; to streak.

‘Freaked with many a mingled hue.’;

Freakverb

to react with irrationality or extreme emotion; to lose one's composure; - often used in the phrase freak out.

Freakverb

to become irrational or to experience hallucinations under the influence of drugs; - often used in the phrase freak out.

Freakverb

to cause (a person) react with great distress or extreme emotion; - often used in the phrase freak out.

Freaknoun

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.’;

Freaknoun

a rare and unpredictable event; as, the July snowstorm was a freak of nature.

Freaknoun

an habitual drug user, especially one who uses psychedelic drugs.

Freaknoun

an animal or person with a visible congenital abnormality; - applied especially to those who appear in a circus sideshow.

Freaknoun

a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed

Freaknoun

someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction;

‘a golf addict’; ‘a car nut’; ‘a news junkie’;

Freakverb

lose one's nerve;

‘When he saw the accident, he freaked out’;

Freak

A freak is a person who is physically deformed or transformed due to an extraordinary medical condition or body modification. This definition was first attested with this meaning in the 1880s as a shorter form of the phrase , itself a broader term attributed at least as far back as 1847.

‘freak of nature’;

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