Synonyms of 'free'
The seminars are free, with lunch provided.
He had complimentary tickets for the show.
for free (informal)
He did it for free.
He said he'd do the repairs for nothing.
Even unpaid work for charity is better than nothing.
She does it for love - not money.
free of charge
on the house
He brought them glasses of champagne on the house.
He provided gratuitous services for charity.
at no cost
I'll give it you free, gratis and for nothing.
buckshee (British , slang)
open or open source (computing)
The government will be free to pursue its economic policies.
U.N. aid convoys have unimpeded access to the city.
I'm not at liberty to say where it is, because the deal hasn't gone through yet.
Diane felt somewhat disengaged from those around her.
3 at liberty
All the hostages are free.
There is no confirmation that he is at liberty.
He was chased by a loose dog.
The man who tried to have her killed is still at large.
off the hook (slang)
on the loose
A man-eating lion is on the loose.
I was young, free and single at the time.
There were benefits to being a single, independent woman.
Unfettered free trade is an ideal, never achieved.
There was unrestrained joy on the faces of the people.
The allegiance of uncommitted voters will be crucial.
not tied down
She spent her free time shopping.
There's only one seat free on the train.
He is on holiday and is not available for comment.
This exercise will help you burn up any extra calories.
The room was bare and empty.
They don't have a lot of spare cash.
They came upon a vacant house.
Throw away any unused cream when it has reached the expiry date.
an uninhabited island in the North Pacific
The house was unoccupied at the time of the explosion.
Wrap the free end of the strip over the second length of piping
They weren't always so free with their advice.
He's very generous with his money.
They thanked him for his liberal generosity.
American reviewers are lavish in their praise of this book.
He made large donations to numerous charitable organizations.
The locals are hospitable and welcoming.
You are prodigal of both your toil and your talent.
Their bountiful host was bringing brandy, whisky and liqueurs.
The task was made easier by the unstinting help extended to me.
He was unsparing with his devotion to the team.
a munificent donation
We cannot survive as a free nation.
They declared themselves part of a new autonomous province.
a fully independent state
Bolivia returned to democratic rule in 1982.
The Russian Federation declared itself to be a sovereign republic.
a self-governing province
West was the only daughter of an emancipated slave.
a confidential but free manner
Try to adopt a more relaxed manner.
She laughed and joked and made easy conversation with everyone.
Jan's sister was as natural and friendly as the rest of the family.
They had a frank discussion about the issue.
a liberal translation
the comfortable, familiar atmosphere
I bought casual clothes for the weekend.
The house has an informal atmosphere.
I joined in the spontaneous applause.
Everyone here has a really laid-back attitude.
They have a very easy-going attitude to life.
a commanding and uninhibited entertainer
free and easy
He had a free and easy approach.
uncensored mental images and unbidden thoughts
It will free us of a whole lot of debt.
We called in a plumber to clear our blocked sink.
I thank God for delivering me from that pain.
Helicopters rescued nearly 20 people.
an attempt to rid the country of corruption
He felt relieved of a burden.
Companies with fewer than 55 employees would be exempted from these requirements.
a new female spiritual force to redeem the world
The same system was used for ransoming or exchanging captives.
Emergency workers tried to extricate the survivors from the wreckage.
They are going to free more prisoners.
He was released from custody the next day.
How committed is the leadership to liberating its people from poverty?
You are being discharged on medical grounds.
Then he unleashed his own, unstoppable attack.
Nicholas untied the boat from her mooring.
the war which preserved the Union and emancipated the slaves
set at liberty
It took firemen two hours to free him.
They are looking at ways to disentangle him from this situation.
He gently disengaged himself from his sister's tearful embrace.
Detach the bottom part from the form and keep it for reference.
Police moved in to separate the two groups.
He loosed his grip on the rifle.
He could unravel knots that others could not even attempt.
He disconnected the bottle from the overhead hook.
trying to untangle several reels of film
idiom:free and easy
Free at last, Free at last Thank God Almighty I'm Free at last– Spiritual, quoted on his tomb]
The free way of life proposes ends, but it does not prescribe means– The Pursuit of Justice]
I am condemned to be free– L'Être et le néant]
The thoughts of a prisoner - they're not free either. They keep returning to the same things– One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich]
The best things in life are free
There's no such thing as a free lunch
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