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Definition of freak on a leash

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Other terms relating to 'a':

Definitions include: amphetamine.
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: something you have now is worth more than two things you have just a chance of getting.
Definitions include: sexual activity.
Definitions include: In the West/Central Canadian accent, "about" is pronounced somewhere between "aboot" and "a boat".
Definitions include: a little crazy
Definitions include: an unspecified small number.
Definitions include: to play around.
Definitions include: very common.
Definitions include: a mythical creature who is extremely happy or fortunate.
Definitions include: a non-specified price.
Definitions include: a non-specified price.
Definitions include: to collide with a tree.
Definitions include: an ugly face.
Definitions include: a few drinks of alcohol.

Other terms relating to 'freak':

Definitions include: a heavy user of acid (LSD).
Definitions include: someone who has to constantly clean; someone who obsessively cleans.
Definitions include: a person who seems good on the outside, but in the bedroom is a freak and likes to get freaky (have sex).
Definitions include: a person who obsessively insists on always being in control of the situation.
Definitions include: a prostitute's John who enjoys erotic sex and gets off by way of paying her to insult or physically abuse him.
Definitions include: a person who is strange or different.
Definitions include: scared.
Definitions include: far less vulgar replacement for "fucking".
Definitions include: shortened form of freaking.
Definitions include: freaky + nasty.
Definitions include: to react with extreme emotion.
Definitions include: a person whose behavior exhibits a deviation from the norm.
Definitions include: a person who is a little odd, or can be a term of affection for a friend.
Definitions include: derogatory term for Christian.
Definitions include: statement of disinterest or not being impressed.

Other terms relating to 'on':

Definitions include: seemingly accidental but with a secret motive.
Definitions include: secret sexual activity with a person other than one's partner.
Definitions include: See on (one's) plate.
Definitions include: useless.
Definitions include: doing better after an unfavorable event.
Definitions include: returned to one's meth or crack addiction.
Definitions include: to insult for fun; "make fun of".
Definitions include: to leave (a relationship) or abandon.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "hit on".
Definitions include: to test something before it is released or presented.
Definitions include: See barge in.
Definitions include: used to describe a person that is angry and is scolding at someone.
Definitions include: to be involved with.
Definitions include: to be present in large numbers.
Definitions include: to be very happy.

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