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abandon freedom from restraint or inhibition. [1/6 definitions]
academic freedom in educational institutions, the freedom of a teacher to teach, of a student to learn, and of both to discuss and hold opinions, esp. about social, political, and moral issues, without arbitrary interference or reprisals by school or public officials, organized groups, or the like.
American dream the American ideal that any man or woman may obtain material wealth, equality, freedom, and the like.
assurance freedom from doubt or timidity; self-confidence. [1/3 definitions]
autonomy freedom and independence; self-governance. [1/2 definitions]
Ben Nevis the name of the ship that landed in Galveston, Texas in 1854 with a congregation of approximately 500 Slavic immigrants who sought freedom from cultural oppression and religious persecution. [1/2 definitions]
blank check (informal) a grant of unlimited freedom or authority. [1/2 definitions]
calm a condition of freedom from disturbance or excitation; serenity. [1/6 definitions]
carte blanche unrestricted authority, freedom, or discretion.
certitude the state, condition, or feeling of freedom from uncertainty or doubt. [1/2 definitions]
civil liberty a citizen's freedom to exercise certain rights, such as the right to free speech or free assembly, as guaranteed by the laws of a country.
cramp2 something that restrains or prevents freedom of function. [2/6 definitions]
discretion the freedom or authority to use one's own judgment. [1/2 definitions]
disengagement freedom from responsibility. [1/2 definitions]
disposition the authority or freedom to dispose of or control. [1/6 definitions]
exemption the act of exempting or condition of being exempted; freedom from an obligation, rule, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
existentialism a philosophy that emphasizes alienation and anxiety caused by the isolated and unexplainable nature of an individual's experience within an indifferent world, and stresses absolute freedom of choice associated with bearing responsibility for one's acts.
feel one's oats to be unusually energetic, or to be newly aware of one's freedom or power.
flextime an arrangement by which workers have some freedom to choose their own work hours.
freewill of or relating to the religious or philosophical doctrine of freedom of the will. [1/2 definitions]
health freedom from illness or dysfunction; soundness. [1/3 definitions]