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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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References in periodicals archive ?
As for freedom in the different regions of the country, the report finds that the Mountain and West North Central regions are the freest overall; the Middle Atlantic lags far behind.
Bahrain was the only Middle Eastern country to be ranked amongst the top 20 freest economies in the world and has been ranked No1 in the GCC for 15 years, since the launch of the index in 1995.
This new partnership with Jarmel Kizel will provide all of our clients, existing and future, with strong architectural design and production abilities, along with the freest engineering services.
As one of the freest economies in the world, Hang Kong has a simple and business-friendly tax structure and an economy equal to $186 billion, according to Alex Fang, CEO of the Hang Kong General Chamber of Commerce.
Rather than kowtow to the fringes of the Religious Right by giving them exactly what they want--an abandonment of the phrase separation of church and state--we need to confront them and correct their mistakes by pointing out the numerous ways in which church-state separation has made America the freest nation on the planet.
Our 230-year history shows that democracy isn't easy, but it is worth it -- the freest, fairest, most humane and decent way to govern a society.
Iraqis voted yesterday in one of the largest and freest elections in the Arab world, with a strong turnout reported in Sunni areas and even a shortage of ballots in some areas.
At that point, he predicts, "the urge to sacrifice the fundamental values that make America one of the world's freest societies will prove powerful.
The civil liberties we enjoy as Americans define our nation as the freest on earth, and I will continue to work to protect those freedoms while keeping our country safe from terrorism.
The Israeli Arabs are the freest in the world and you don't hear of violence from them.
The bodies were never removed, but hung on their grisly scaffolds for years thereafter, a grim and poignant reminder of the monstrous regime taking shape in the heart of what had once been the world's freest civilization.
Filling schools with computers will not help find the answers to why the freest nation in the world has the highest percentage of citizens behind bars or why the wealthiest nation in history condemns a sixth of its children to poverty.
Conversely, the under 29 crowd, long the freest spenders by age group and the target of most print and electronic media advertising, went from 100 to 120 by the third quarter of 2002 but then slipped to just over 96.
The freest economies, according to the index, are found in Hong Kong, Singapore, Luxembourg, New Zealand, and Denmark.
Thanks to reforms by the Thatcher government in the 1980s, its employment market is today the freest in the EU.