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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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Perry-Stratton recalled that the inclusion of her works in the Whistler Room was one of her proudest achievements: "Some of these jars have found permanent homes in museums in all of which I take great pride--perhaps most of all in the blue and gold jar in the Whistler Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington.
An AI statement quoted Freer as saying: "No amount of tinkering with their rules can fix this discredited system.
These barriers are supported by deep-pocketed, self-serving corporations and lobby groups, and defended by politicians who are scared that the redistribution of jobs, income, and wealth resulting from freer trade will reduce their chances of remaining in power.
He turned to see the eerie silhouette of Freer, surrounded by a feathery orange aura, and automatically aimed the shotgun at him.
Freer noted that organizers of outdoor adventures are hiring physicians or medics with specific training in wilderness medicine to accompany groups of travelers.
Police are appealing for anyone in the Freer Street, Bridge Street, Goodhall Street and Lichfield Street area between midnight and 1.
The seven-year-old has been absent since finishing behind the brilliant Dalakhani last autumn but is reported to be coming to hand and has the option of either the Geoffrey Freer or the Juddmonte International at York for his seasonal bow.
Spidell's president, Lynn Freer (Publisher Profile NL/NL 8/31/03), told us that the publication is "the only newsletter for tax professionals that is a source of tax, legal and financial information geared toward retired and retiring clients.
Frank Freer, aged 79, of Harvington Road, Brandhall, Oldbury, suffers from dementia and diabetes and has no insulin with him.
While America remains immeasurably freer than the totalitarian state he fled in 1977, Liu sees ominous signs that the American government "is veering toward the authoritarian world that speaks in one voice, the very political model it has so often stood against," he writes.
The allegations came at an unfair dismissal hearing in Watford brought by a former manager at the chain, Lee Freer, who says he witnessed the girl perform the sex act on Cadwell in a private booth.
The system has FDA acceptance for use with aseptically filled HDPE food containers, opening the way for freer design of packages (other than "brick" shapes).
Freer and her partner, Debra (whose last name Susan took), argued that the civil union they entered into in Vermont in 2000 should count as a marriage.