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10.
An honourless individual belonging to a massive collective of unsavory charecters, preying on the weakness and misfortune of other less fortunate individuals, often hindering their victims escape with a variety of clever techniques until a conclusion is reached, usually involving the victim being taken for everything they have.


"Run! there is a freep coming"

friend replys
"I'd love to run, but i seem to be frozen to the spot"
by Sparky005 January 17, 2009
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1.
To slew or cheat an online poll by repeatedly voting (clearing cookies, using proxies) or to make a blog appear to be commented by numerous posters by the same means. (From the practices of the Free Republic or "freepers")
The results of the CNN question of the day were running 70:30 in favor until an hour ago when it got freeped.
by JWWF March 15, 2007
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2.
Nickname of a daily newspaper; The Detroit Free Press.
Didja see that story in this morning's Freep?
by Vestal Cat August 28, 2004
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3.
Someone who participates on the message boards at FreeRepublic.com. Generally speaking, an ultra-conservative crackpot.
I heard this Freep talking about how he thinks President Obama was a Muslim who wasn't born in the United States.
by happycake January 12, 2011
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4.
Variant of freeper.
Fucking freeps; they're all mouthbreathing speds.
by Slagathor January 24, 2005
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5.
An EP (Extended Play) of music that is is available for download for free. Typical with electronic music releases on blogs and/or soundcloud.
Tristan: Hey braj you heard that new Body High FreeP?

Migs: Yeah mang, that shit is tight!
by Cop Dawg July 23, 2013
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6.
simply a shortened abbreviation of the words free period, free period being a free lesson at a place of education.
person 1: have you got a freep now?
person 2: nah, i've got english!
person 1: awww man!
by Tomatosaregood December 12, 2011
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7.
Not to be confused with a mixtape. A free official album of any length released by an artist for promotional purposes.
These days, in order to build awareness for their music, artists have moved beyond disposable mixtapes to releasing FreEp's, full length projects given away for free.
by Amanda Diva April 04, 2011
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