Definitions of "Free"

Not imprisoned or confined. adjective

Not controlled by obligation or the will of another. adjective

Not controlled by another country or political power; independent. adjective

Governed by consent and possessing or granting civil liberties. adjective

Not subject to arbitrary interference by a government. adjective

Not enslaved. adjective

Not affected or restricted by a given condition or circumstance. adjective

Not subject to a given condition; exempt. adjective

The word "Free" in example sentences

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When you use your right of free speech to insult, or degrade someone because of their race, gender or political stance, itis longer * free* speech. Trolls, Anger, Taking Offense and One-Hit- Wonders

I have to live my life not just for myself, but for Sage, Zara and Bliss. and take comfort in the realization that half of our earthbound life is spent in dreams, and that is where I am free to run and play ~with two little girls and a boy~ That ~are~ always with me. shhh, this is my dream. this is me, being set free~ old starlight - new starbright wendchymes Diary Entry

Dred Scott, a slave, sought to be declared a free man on the basis that he had lived for a time in a “free” territory with his master. Dred Scott decision

_Enter_ Ravensburg, _hastily, in the dress of a free knight, with a paper in his hand, followed by two free_ knights. The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Vol. I, No. 6, June 1810

It was not a free life and it could not be a true life, for they all believed in the motto, "The _truth_ shall make you _free_," and instead of freedom, the "Communities" used mental constraint and tyranny to hold themselves together. Brook Farm

The three months have expired, and I am once more a free American citizen, and for the first time in my life I know what it is to be _free_. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862

Since that day, many have been the demonstrations of grateful joy and gladness on the glorious anniversary of the emancipation of slaves on the West India Islands; and yet, in this boasted "land of the free, and home of the brave;" this famous and declared _free_ Republic, -- the Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman Embracing a Correspondence of Several Years, While President of Wilberforce Colony, London, Canada West

So I sat, and I thought what such a thing would mean to me -- it would make my reputation in a day -- I should be free -- _free_! The Journal of Arthur Stirling : the Valley of the Shadow

And they may take it as they please -- my soul is free -- _free_ once again! The Journal of Arthur Stirling : the Valley of the Shadow

’ And therefore if a man should talk to me of a ‘round quadrangle, ’ or ‘accidents of bread in cheese, ’ or ‘immaterial substances, ’ or of ‘a free subject, ’ ‘a free will, ’ or any ‘free’ but free from being hindered by opposition, I should not say he were in an error, but that his words were without meaning, that is to say absurd. Chapter V. Of Reason and Science

She didn't understand in the least how it had happened, but she knew that at last she was free -- _free_ -- like the other girls whom she had envied; and dimly she began to realise that this was a big thing -- something that would make all her life different. The Torch Bearer A Camp Fire Girls' Story

Here the descendants of a colored mother _never_ become free; in the West Indies, they cease to be slaves in the _fourth generation_, at farthest; and their posterity increase the _free_ colored class, instead of adding countless links to the chain of bondage. An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans

"Any person whose _maternal_ ancestor, even in the _remotest_ degree of distance, can be shown to have been a negro, Indian, mulatto, or a mestizo, _not_ free at the time this law was introduced, although the _paternal_ ancestor at each successive generation may have been a _white free_ man, is declared to be the subject of perpetual slavery." An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans

The next day, in allusion to the servants who by reason of the sabbatical year were newly set free, he said, _If ye continue in my word, the truth shall make you free_. Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John

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