Free synonyms

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Freed, especially from traditional ideas in social and sexual matters.
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To reestablish, or bring back into existence.
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Not restricted politically
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Not filled with activity or work; free; leisure
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Not restricted politically
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Not restricted politically
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(Simile) Having no ties; completely free.
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To represent (something transient, immaterial, etc.) in more or less permanent form
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(Finance) Of or having to do with the economy or finances of a national government
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Unrestrained in manner, actions, etc.; uninhibited
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To set free, as a minor from a parent; as, a father may emancipate a child.
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To make (space) available
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Giving freely and graciously; generous
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Not controlled by others or by outside forces; independent:
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Not restricted politically
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Not restricted politically
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Of or fit for a person so born
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Democratic is defined as something related to the U.S. political party, the Democrats.
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Having the right or power of self-government; autonomous.
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Not restricted politically
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Not restricted politically
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Not restricted politically
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Released from a form of control.
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Not confined, free from physical restraint.
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Not ordered or organized by topics, especially when referring to a group of statutes or ordinances.
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(Informal) Relaxed; easy; unconstrained
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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That or who has escaped, especially from prison or another place of confinement.
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Having no occupant; vacant; empty
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Free from occupation; not busy
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Set loose; detached
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Such as one may avail one’s self of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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(Idiomatic) Able to do as one pleases, unconstrained by social ties or responsibilities.
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Not hampered.
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(Law) Of or relating to property that has not been seized by legal writ.
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Not restricted in space; said of things
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Free from flaw, blemish, or impurity:
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Accessible to all; unrestricted as to participants:
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Not restricted in space; said of things
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Not restricted in space; said of things
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Not limited or restricted; unrestrained
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Not restricted in space; said of things
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The definition of gratis is free.
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Unnecessary or unwarranted; unjustified:
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Not requiring any payment.
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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(Idiomatic, of a good or service) free, complimentary
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Given without charge
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Impartial and free from prejudice.
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The definition of lax is being relaxed or not strict.
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Generous, willing to give unsparingly;.
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Immoderate in giving or bestowing; unstinting:
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(Of a punch etc) Done with an open hand rather than a fist
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The definition of liberate is to free or emancipate someone or something, or to steal something.
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Release is defined as to set free or to relieve.
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To release (an auxiliary assumption) from the list of assumptions used in arguments, and return to the main argument.
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To express in words, declare, or utter.
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(Computing) To write a file to disk or other storage medium.
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To save from any violence, danger or evil.
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To free from restraint; to set at liberty.
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To unsettle
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To free or detach oneself; withdraw.
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To unfasten. ant. syn.
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To release, to free, to give freedom to.
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To set loose
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To allow to operate at higher speed by adjusting controls.
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(Euphemistic, usually reflexively) To gain weight
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, sometimes followed by with or on) To shout, make a loud sound, or perform a sudden, vehement action; to behave in a raucous, frenzied manner.
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(Idiomatic) To rescue, especially financially.
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(Idiomatic) To release or let go; to permit (someone or something) to roam freely or to act freely.
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To party without restraint.
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(Military, job) To free (someone) from their post, task etc. by taking their place. [from 16th c.]
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To give temporary relief to, as from trouble or pain
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(Theology) To remit a sin; to give absolution for a sin. [First attested in the late 16th century.]
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​ To discharge; to end the employment or service of.
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To allow (an offense or fault) to pass without punishment or disfavor.
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To free from a charge or the imputation of guilt; declare or prove blameless; exculpate
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Enfranchise is defined as to free from slavery or legal obligation, or to give the rights of citizenship.
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To make free; enfranchise
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To obtain the release of by paying a certain price.
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To deliver from sin and its penalties, as by a sacrifice made for the sinner
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To free from fetters; free from restraint of any kind; liberate
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To free; liberate:
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To free from slavery; emancipate (a slave, serf, etc.)
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To remove chains from; to free; to liberate.
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To free something from entanglement; to extricate or unknot
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To free from a controlling force or influence.
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To free or release from a state of imprisonment.
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To disband (troops).
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To free from something that binds or restrains:
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To obtain access to something.
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To release from the hand or hands or one's grasp; let go of
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To remove the bars from or become unbarred.
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To set loose
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To parole is to allow for the release of a prisoner.
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To set loose
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Spring is defined as to jump up or to originate from.
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To separate the connected parts of.
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To remove tangles or knots.
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To get rid of (a burden); unload
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To relieve of a burden; free from a hindrance or annoyance
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To discharge a cargo or some other burden.
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(Intransitive, knitting) To finish the last row of knitted stitches and remove them securely from the needle.
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Empty is defined as to remove all of something.
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To free from something bothersome or encumbering; relieve.
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To eliminate contamination in.
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Not restricted politically
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Prone; disposed:
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Determined; resolved:
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Not free to move
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Kept under control; subdued or moderate:
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(Informal) Supplied with something needed, specif. money
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Not restricted in space; said of things
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(Australia, New Zealand, slang) Broken, damaged, non-functional.
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Discharged or settled by or as by payment
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Given without charge
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At the cost of great effort, damage, sacrifice, etc.
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To make use of (an opportunity, for example).
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Incarcerate is defined as to put in jail or shut inside a place.
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Free from worry, anxiety, trouble, or pain:
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(Archaic) Free in giving; generous
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Noble in behaviour or actions; principled, not petty; kind, magnanimous. [from 16th c.]
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Spoken or done extemporaneously
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Not interested; indifferent; listless
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Acting or occurring involuntarily, without conscious control.
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Not caring enough about something important.
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Of or relating to communication.
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Given free as a courtesy
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(in combination) that has been, or will be delivered in a specific manner
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(Computing theory) Not employing lazy evaluation; calculating results immediately, rather than deferring calculation until they are required.
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Not subject to certain federal workplace laws or protections, especially those requiring overtime compensation:
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Wealthy or well off.
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Favoring the health, growth, comfort, etc. of new arrivals; not adverse
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Not moderate; without restraint; unreasonable, excessive, etc.
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(Medicine) Of or pertaining to the immune system.
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Not relying on others for support, care, or funds; self-supporting.
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Having or showing no interest, concern, or feeling; uninterested, apathetic, or unmoved
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The definition of informal is something or someone who is casual or relaxed.
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The definition of ingenuous is open or frank.
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Airy; showy; finical; hence, characterized by an affected or fantastical manner.
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Relating to latitude.
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Having latitude, or wide extent.
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Not harsh or strict; merciful or generous:
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Very generous in giving
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Left to one's option, or choice; not compulsory; elective
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Wastefully extravagant.
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Carried out or performed without delay:
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Prompt in apprehending or reacting:
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Without worry or care
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Happening or arising without apparent external cause; self-generated:
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Done by one's own choice
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Not interested; indifferent
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Having no restrictions or controls:
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Not held back for a particular person:
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Not controlled or held in check; immoderate:
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Able or tending to move from place to place or disperse:
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(Law) Without legal obligation or consideration:
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Disposed or inclined; prepared:
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Power assigned to another; authorization:
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Self-government with respect to local or internal affairs:
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The definition of carte blanche means having the full authority and freedom to act as you want or do what you want without limits or restrictions.
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The freedom to exercise a right of personal autonomy or political expression or participation, such as the freedom of speech or religion, without governmental influence or limitation. See also civil right, liberty, and right.
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(Military, politics) Withdrawal from combat, confrontation, or the assertion of influence.
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The act of dispensing.
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The act of setting free from the power of another, from slavery, subjection, dependence, or controlling influence
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(Countable) The lack of a specific constraint, or of constraints in general; a state of being free, unconstrained.
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An exemption from a duty or penalty.
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Exemption from punishment, penalty, or harm.
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The state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood.
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Unrestrained freedom; freedom without constraint
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Freedom from narrow restrictions; freedom of opinion, conduct, or action
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The definition of leeway is the amount of freedom that you have to do something or to deviate in some manner.
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The act of liberating or the state of being liberated.
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A local government unit in medieval England - see liberty.
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Freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech).
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A freeing or being freed from slavery; emancipation
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(Obsolete) To dress. [Attested from around (1350 to 1470) until the late 15th century.]
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To rid of obstructions
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(Followed by “of”, formerly by “from”) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge.
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Security, such as cash, a bond, or property, pledged or given to a court by or on behalf of one accused of committing a crime, to obtain release from incarceration and to ensure the person’s future appearance in court when required during the criminal proceeding. See also preventive detention and recognizance. To obtain for oneself or another the release from incarceration by providing security to ensure the person’s future appearance at every stage in a criminal proceeding. To temporarily give possession of personal property to someone. See also bailment.
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To detach is defined as to separate from, or to send on a special mission.
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Simple past tense and past participle of detach
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(Obsolete) To empty out; to remove.
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Alternative form of disinthral.
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To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another.
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Expedite is defined as to make something happen more quickly.
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To rid of obstructions
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To rid of obstructions
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(Obsolete) To render handsome.
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To waste; squander
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To rid of obstructions
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To discard, set aside, especially something abstract (a thought, feeling, etc.).
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Rid is defined as to free or clear of something.
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To divide (a thing) into separate parts.
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Simple past tense and past participle of separate
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} To save or gain, as by frugality; to reserve, as from some occupation, use, or duty.
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Simple past tense of unbridle.
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To relieve (oneself or one's soul, mind, etc.) by revealing or disclosing (something hard to bear, as guilt)
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Simple past tense and past participle of uncheck.
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To rid of obstructions
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To rid of obstructions
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To rid of obstructions
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To rid of obstructions
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To clear from criticism, blame, guilt, suspicion, etc.; uphold by evidence or argument
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(Now Rare) To make empty; clear
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(Mathematics) Any and all possible.
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Characterized by or inclined to coercion.
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Following or being in accord with accepted or prescribed forms, conventions, or regulations:
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(Comparable) Slow to reveal emotion or opinions.
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Scanty or meager:
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generous, unsparing
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Either the second or third term of a proportion of four terms. In the proportion2 /3 =4 /6 , the means are 3 and 4.
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generous, unsparing
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Willing to obey or serve because of being in a lower position; submissive
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Characterized by or sustaining much activity:
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Planned; according to schedule.
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Available only to certain authorized groups of people
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The definition of limited is something or someone with boundaries or restrictions.
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unrestrained personally
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Closed off with bars
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unrestrained politically
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unrestrained politically
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Requiring or involving much expense; high-priced; dear
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without charge
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Costly; expensive
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To confine is to impose limits or restrictions, or to prevent someone from leaving.
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To put or keep in or as in jail
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To restrain is defined as to hold back or keep under control.
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To bind (someone) to a consequence of his or her actions.
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To dominate; subjugate
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To put a burden on; load; weigh down; oppress
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To necessitate or require, as by force of circumstance; demand:
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To put an end to, especially with force, to crush, do away with; to prohibit, subdue
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(Mathematics, intransitive) To have a limit in a particular set.
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To keep within certain limits; put certain limitations on; confine
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Imperfectly conforming; exceeding or falling short in some respect.
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Having no residents; not inhabited.
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Free in expressing opinions; frank; outspoken
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Unrestrained in speech; frank
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(Music) Of, relating to, or performed by singing:
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Bestowing or bestowed liberally:
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Not forced; caused by oneself.
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(Rare) pertaining to volition
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To free or make available.
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Not subject to a given condition; exempt:
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Having political independence
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Exact, as in performance, execution, or amount; accurate or correct:
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Costing nothing
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Not spoken for or occupied
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Speaking or spoken without reserve
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Characterized by bounteous giving
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The course or bearing of a structural surface, such as an inclined bed or a fault plane, as it intersects a horizontal plane.
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Lacking vegetation, especially useful vegetation:
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The definition of destitute refers to not having the basic necessities of life.
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Not guilty of a specific crime or offense; legally blameless:
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Having no cost
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people who are free
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To remove a control or restriction on (prices or wages, for example).
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(Law) To show an adequate reason for something done
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To force from a position or place where lodged, hiding, etc.; drive out
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To put aside or desist from (something practiced, professed, or intended); stop doing or adhering to.
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To give up or hand over (something to someone); to relinquish ownership of. [from 14th c.]
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To set free from or as if from restraints.
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To unloose.
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Not free; especially of a tenant who was bound to a manor.
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To block or stop up (a passage) with obstacles or impediments; dam; clog
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To accuse of being at fault; condemn (for something); censure
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(Intransitive) To become flattened, as grass or grain, when overgrown or beaten down by the wind.
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To keep up, impose or bring into effect something, not necessarily by force. [from 17th c.]
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Working only on a part-time basis, as for reasons of ill health or advanced age.
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Not restricted politically
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Not restricted in space; said of persons
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Synonym Study

  • Discharge implies a being permitted to leave that which confines or restrains discharged at last from the army
  • Emancipate refers to a freeing from the bondage of slavery or of social institutions or conventions regarded as equivalent to slavery emancipated from medieval superstition
  • Liberate emphasizes the state of liberty into which the freed person or thing is brought to liberate prisoners of war
  • Release , more or less interchangeable with free , stresses a setting loose from confinement, literally or figuratively release me from my promise
  • Free is the general term meaning to set loose from any sort of restraint, entanglement, burden, etc. to free a convict, one's conscience, etc.
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