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Free

Synonyms for free:

Sense 4

enthrall, leash, can, sovereignty, wobbly, flight, runaway, break out, escape, hobble, warden, pen, constrain, bond, lock, vent, tangle, bail out.

Sense 5

discretion, iron, commit, constrict, skip, through, lavish, fence, custody, ward, involve.

Sense 6

secure, dispense, freedom, pleasure, tie.

Sense 7

trap, web, restraint, will.

Sense 8

fly, spring.

Sense 11

fast.

Sense 12

firm, separate.

Sense 13

catch.

Sense 20

out.

Sense 24

give.

abundant

profuse.

acquit

let go.

at liberty

at liberty, duty.

buoyant

floating.

candid

frank.

debonair

jaunty.

discharge

parole.

discretionary

optional.

disentangle

extricate.

exonerated

excused.

forgive

exculpate, pardon.

free-soil

Free-soil.

freshen

ventilate.

independent

self-contained, unattached.

liberate

let out, unchain, let loose, unchained.

lighten

lighten.

movable

mobile.

open

unzip, Unclosed, unwrap, Unstop.

outside

outdoor.

popular

democratic.

ransom

Unfetter.

ready

up for grabs.

rescue

save.

rid

disburden, disembarrass.

ruled

governed.

spell

take over.

spread

outspread.

unchallenged

unopposed.

uncontrolled

scot free.

unhampered

unhampered, untrammeled.

unlocked

opened.

unmarried

single.

unrestricted

liberty, open door.

unshackled

unrestrained.

untangle

unravel.

untie

unwrap.

won

unearned.

word for word

literal.

Other synonyms and related words:

gratis, unrestrained, liberal, bountiful, open, unfixed, undone, let go, vacant, unconstrained, generous, lavish, willful, spare, bounteous, rid, idle, gratuitous, unoccupied, quit, at liberty, extricate, available, free-spoken, on the loose.

all (adjective)

detached.

direct (adjective)

through.

free (adjective)

released, unrestricted, independent, wide-open, unleashed, unchained, untied, gratis, unbound, unfettered, disentwined, unsought, liberated, emancipated, unsolicited, Reprieved, Disencumbered, disentangled.

freed (adjective)

released.

generous (adjective)

generous, lavish, big, unstinting.

generous, unsparing (adjective)

big, handsome, bountiful, bounteous, lavish, munificent, willing, charitable.

liberated (adjective)

liberated, Disengaged, emancipated, freed, loose.

lively (adjective)

jaunty.

loose (adjective)

unconfined, unsecured.

not busy; unoccupied (adjective)

available, spare, extra, empty, uninhabited, unused, vacant, idle.

open (adjective)

uncontrolled, unstopped.

slack (adjective)

lax, tolerant, anarchic, loose, slack, nihilistic.

subjective (adjective)

nonobjective.

supererogatory (adjective)

supererogatory.

unburdened (adjective)

unfettered.

unchecked (adjective)

untrammeled.

unconfined (adjective)

on the loose.

unrestrained personally (adjective)

informal, unconstrained, unhampered, footloose, independent, liberated, Familiar, Disengaged, lax, liberal, escaped, forward, unattached, loose, uncommitted, on the loose, open, unconfined, easy, unimpeded, clear, unfettered, untrammeled, frank, unrestricted, unobstructed, at liberty.

unrestrained politically (adjective)

autonomous, self-governing, freed, democratic, sovereign, emancipated, separate.

unsparing (adjective)

unsparing.

untamed (adjective)

wild.

vocal (adjective)

free-spoken.

willing (adjective)

volitional, voluntary.

without charge (adjective)

gratuitous, complimentary, costless, gratis, unpaid.

all (adverb)

loose.

Sense 5 (noun)

self-reliant, self-sufficient, frank, self-supporting.

Sense 7 (noun)

bail, escapee, breakout, bail out, bust out, break out, unrestrained.

Sense 9 (noun)

courtesy.

Sense 10 (noun)

spendthrift, credit history.

Sense 11 (noun)

uninhabited, unreserved, enfranchise.

Sense 12 (noun)

unsecured, free-floating, undone, unsupported, unblocked, wobbly.

Sense 13 (noun)

outspoken, restraint, free-spoken, vocal.

Sense 14 (noun)

give, unstinting, generous, lavish, unsparing, munificent.

Sense 15 (noun)

spontaneous, willful, voluntary, unforced, uncompelled, volitional, willing.

free (noun)

exempt, Free-soil, sovereign, disengage, dislodge, give up, unoccupied, liberal, available, liberate, quit, extricated, disentangled, spare, rid, freeborn, inexact, footloose, unrestricted, aweigh, discharged, liberated, unconfined, escaped, unbound, released, unfreeze, self-governing, unfixed, free of, unblock, unhampered, disembarrass, autonomous, costless, uncommitted, unpaid, gratis, unloosen, gratuitous, free people, freed, independent, resign, unconstrained, relinquish, unimprisoned, discharge, detached, absolve, loose, at liberty, justify, slaveless, atrip, complimentary, clear, unloose, emancipated, out-of-school, release, on the loose.

free and easy (noun)

spontaneous, tolerant, informal.

free hand (noun)

excuse, unchain, gratis, extricate, unburden, loose, disentangle, exempt, unleash, liberty, liberate, deliver, emancipate, release, turn loose, set free, ransom, let out, save, freedom, clear, relieve, disengage, discretion, unbind, except, untie, acquit, rid, absolve, let go.

group (noun)

free people.

acquit (verb)

discharge, dismiss, exonerate, liberate, forgive, excuse, absolve, defray, release, clear, acquit, exculpate, vindicate, pardon.

discharge (verb)

parole.

dismiss (verb)

exempt, dispel, license, stay, permit, reprieve, except, relieve, privilege.

free (verb)

ease, disencumber, unbind, Unfetter, unchain, Disentwine, disentangle, untie, unleash.

liberate (verb)

deliver, let out, emancipate, disengage, manumit, set free, turn loose, let loose.

liberate, let go (verb)

ransom, bail out, set free, extricate, release, absolve, spring, untie, bail, unchain, unleash, relieve, deliver, let out, enfranchise, acquit, emancipate, reprieve, turn loose, let loose, manumit, parole, save, let off, demobilize, disengage, discharge, loosen, Unfetter, dismiss, pardon, unbind.

occupied (verb)

Captured.

slacken (verb)

loosen, slacken.

social (verb)

unloose, liberate, loose, release, unloosen.

take burden from (verb)

disembarrass, exempt, disentangle, disencumber, rid, unburden, unload, excuse.

Usage examples for free:

  • If this rich man were free- but I dare not think of it. - "Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life", Ann S. Stephens.
  • I am free from it. - "Molly Bawn", Margaret Wolfe Hamilton.
  • But then I am not a man, being of the Free People. - "The Second Jungle Book", Rudyard Kipling.

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