Synonyms of 'freely'
1 (adverb) She was spending very freely.
2 (adverb) He had someone to whom he could talk freely.
3 (adverb) I freely admit that I live for racing.
I would willingly die for my children.
When I was invited to the party, I readily accepted.
I would never leave this country voluntarily.
Her husband was never spontaneously warm or friendly towards us.
of your own free will,
of your own accord
He did not quit of his own accord.
4 (adverb) You must allow the clubhead to swing freely.
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in the sense of amply
fully or generously
This collection amply demonstrates the poet's genius.
in the sense of frankly
The leaders have been speaking frankly about their problems.
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Thesaurus for freely from the Collins English Thesaurus