Definition of 'free'
Example sentences containing 'free'
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Your creative side is ready to be set free. The Sun (2017)We have too many people getting a free ride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Download one of the free fitness apps to help monitor your activity. The Sun (2017)My father was free to do something. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rescuers had to use chainsaws to free the trapped guests. The Sun (2016)The defender joined on a free transfer in the summer and played four times. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Free credit card charges applies to deposit only. The Sun (2016)There have to be limits to free speech. Times, Sunday Times (2017)To receive 30 per cent off plus free p&p visit harpercollins. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you are there on the first Friday of the month you can take in a free festival with live painting, food and music. The Sun (2016)We are set free to love those who oppose us and to listen to their stories. Christianity Today (2000)Yet that trade has to be both free and fair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why should positive people have a free pass? Times, Sunday Times (2006)One is tempted to say that there is something like free association going on here. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)You can print out deals or the site has a free app for use on the move. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now he has to restore the winning habit to a squad of free transfers and loan signings. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Those of us lucky enough to live in the free world will keep calm and carry on. The Sun (2015)Such services might be provided free of charge but paid for out of taxation. Business Studies Basic Facts (1990)Why does she have any less a right to free speech than the rest of the country? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Our economic platform is based on the twin pillars of a free economy and social justice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is now making the data available to other governments free of charge. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We also offer a free telephone advice line to our members. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They still roam as free as the wind. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEShe was like a drug dealer handing out a free sample. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We wanted to see how much she could get for free in one day. The Sun (2008)She was trapped under the rubble for two days before being pulled free. The Sun (2010)These free schools are already outperforming other schools. The Sun (2015)We want to ensure that we remain a free and prosperous land of opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was hardly an act of free will. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sources now say he will be free within days and move first to a bail hostel. The Sun (2014)You can plan your home life to free time for your own projects. The Sun (2014)Pop along to one of the free screenings at the independent festival in London. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is free and available if you have already followed your insurer's process and got nowhere. The Sun (2016)That means he will become a free agent in November. The Sun (2011)The pair, freed in an amnesty. The Sun (2013)
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