1. to have adventurous sex; to have anal intercourse.
|Pimp 58: I was freaking for free.|
|‘To the Beat, Y’all’ [lyrics] I say, you bring the butter and I’ll bring the salt / Anmd if you don’t freak then it ain’t my fault.|
|Central Sl. 23: freak, to To have anal intercourse. ‘I do anything for money honey, but I don’t be freakin’.’.|
|Pimp’s Rap 52: We must have been freaking for at least 25 minutes. I hadn’t stuck it in yet.|
|Midnight Lightning 85: One of his fetishes was young boys. He would set up these lavish parties so that everybody could just freak together. Weird things used to occur.|
2. (US campus, also freak all over, freak on) to dance in a highly sexual manner, to simulate sex on the dance-floor.
|Sl. U. 83: freak [...] 3. to dance very seductively [...] freak on/freak all over to dance very seductively with.|
|Hope College ‘Dict. of New Terms’ [Internet] freak v. tr. To dance in close proximity with a member of the opposite sex [...] ‘That guy over there just came over and started freaking me.’.|
|Sellout (2016) 135: Grinding her pelvic bone rhythmically against his backside and playing with his ears. ‘Freaking,’ we used to call it, and she pranced around [...] caressing the beat.|
3. to have sexual intercourse.
|Makes Me Wanna Holler (1995) 341: We gonna freak this skank when her head gets bad.|
|Teen Lingo: The Source for Youth Ministry [Internet] freak [...] 3. v. to copulate.|
|‘Let’s Get Away’ [lyrics] [Girl] Hey, let’s get a room, shawty we can freak somethin’ if you down.|
4. to excite (sexually).
|posting at advicechick.com 8 Nov. [Internet] How do I freak a married man so good that it makes him leave his wife for me?|
5. (US drugs) to disguise a marijuana cigarette by wrapping it in a ‘legitimate’ cigar wrapper.
|Way Home (2009) 145: A joint of weed he had freaked in a Black and Mild wrapper.|
to act in an unrestrained manner.
|‘Ebonics’ [lyrics] I know you like the way I’m freakin’ it / I talk with slang and I’ma never stop speakin’ it.|
(US gay) to behave extravagantly, whether sexually or socially.
|Queens’ Vernacular 85: freak it up 1. to be unquestionably gay 2. to attend an orgy, enjoying it to the fullest 3. to be unfettered by social restrictions 4. (exclam) a command to advance: ‘Charge!’ [...] ‘Freak it up, girls: there’s plenty of men for everybody.’.|