Obtainable without additional payment, as a bonus given when paying for something else. (adjective)
Unconstrained by relators. (adjective)
Unconstrained by quantifiers. (adjective)
Unobstructed, without blockages. (adjective)
Not in use (adjective)
Without obligations. (adjective)
With very few limitation on distribution or improvement. (adjective)
Without; not containing (what is specified). (adjective)
Of identifiers, not bound. (adjective)
Not attached; loose. (adjective)
That can be used by itself, unattached to another morpheme. (adjective)
Intended for release, as opposed to a checked version. (adjective)
Without needing to pay. (adverb)
To make free; set at liberty; release; rid of that which confines, limits, embarrasses, or oppresses. (verb)
Abbreviation of free kick. (noun)
free transfer (noun)
The usual means of restarting play after a foul is committed, where the non-offending team restarts from where the foul was committed. (noun)
Examples of word free
When you use your right of free speech to insult, or degrade someone because of their race, gender or political stance, itis longer * free* speech.
For all of the talk, we know nothing of true 'free markets'-and what we know should be a caution yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' For all of the talk, we know nothing of true \'free markets\'-and what we know should be a caution '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Now we are facing a historic transfer of wealth, as millions of property owners face foreclosure, eviction and possible homelessness.
I have to live my life not just for myself, but for Sage, Zara and Bliss. and take comfort in the realization that half of our earthbound life is spent in dreams, and that is where I am free to run and play ~with two little girls and a boy~ That ~are~ always with me. shhh, this is my dream. this is me, being set free~ old starlight - new starbright
Dred Scott, a slave, sought to be declared a free man on the basis that he had lived for a time in a free territory with his master.
It was not a free life and it could not be a true life, for they all believed in the motto, "The _truth_ shall make you _free_," and instead of freedom, the "Communities" used mental constraint and tyranny to hold themselves together.