One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A fervent evangelical Christian.
- ‘I think this guy is a religious fanatic and a Jesus freak.’
- ‘Closer to home, televangelists were still seen as Jesus freaks, not con men.’
- ‘The Jesus freak, he says, reprimands him only because she secretly wants to be in on it.’
- ‘Every one of those holy-rolling Jesus freaks managed to zing me with both originality and considerable aplomb.’
- ‘Beside the headmaster sat the Jesus freak youth leader.’
- ‘That way, when they woke up and saw that their sign was gone, they'd know that the Jesus freaks across the lake did it.’
- ‘I'm here to talk about a tornado, not listen to bickering between a Jesus freak and a druggie.’
- ‘A journeyman Jesus freak, he might be anywhere by now.’
- ‘I think this guy is a religious fanatic and a Jesus freak, and he is just hell-bent on getting some sort of bizarro agenda through.’
- ‘Stem cell research, booming in the UK, has been dealt as a hostage to the Jesus freaks on the right.’
Jesus freak/ˈjēzəs frēk/
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