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Synonyms for free

non-working

for free

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free of or from

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  • unaffected by
  • without
  • above
  • lacking (in)
  • beyond
  • clear of
  • devoid of
  • exempt from
  • immune to
  • sans
  • safe from
  • untouched by
  • deficient in
  • unencumbered by
  • not liable to

Synonyms for free

able to move about at will without bounds or restraint

having political independence

lacking literal exactness

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costing nothing

not spoken for or occupied

free from obstructions

speaking or spoken without reserve

freed from contact or connection

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to rid of obstructions

Synonyms for free

people who are free

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remove or force out from a position

grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to

make (information) available for publication

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release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition

make (assets) available

unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion

costing nothing

not occupied or in use

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not fixed in position

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not held in servitude

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not taken up by scheduled activities

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completely wanting or lacking

not literal

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without restraint

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As three condors circled lazily in an updraft above the rugged golden landscape of the Los Padres National Forest on Thursday, Freed talked about what drew him to the majestic birds with their 9 1/2-foot wingspans.
Freed, 43, of Ojai spends his days mitigating hazards that interfere with the condors' recovery.
Three of the five chicks that have died in the Sespe in the past three years perished after ingesting microtrash, Freed said.
Freed said it was his first prosecution after joining the City Attorney's Office following eight years as a defense attorney and as a municipal court judge pro tem.
Freed said he went to supervising city attorneys Bernie Brown and Susan Zimber for advice.
What they wanted me to do was dismiss the case without saying anything,'' Freed recalled.
To Clarke, slavery lacked a harsh racial dimension; it was an unfortunate and temporary legal circumstance which an economic transaction could terminate, and the freed person could merge into society.
The newly freed persons, generally mistresses or children of the grantors of liberty, stayed in Florida, again in violation of the law.