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freedom

free·dom

freedom

 
 
pronunciation:
fri dm
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: liberty from imprisonment or enslavement.
The prisoner gained his freedom after ten years.Some slaves were able to escape and find freedom in the north.
synonyms:
liberty
antonyms:
captivity, slavery
similar words:
emancipation, manumission, release
definition 2: the state of being free from hindrance or constraint.
synonyms:
liberty
antonyms:
oppression
similar words:
abandon, autonomy, escape, independence, license, riddance, spontaneity
definition 3: the condition of political or national independence.
synonyms:
autonomy, independence, liberty, sovereignty
similar words:
nationhood, self-determination, self-government
definition 4: the ability to choose and act without internal or external constraints.
synonyms:
choice, independence, liberty, license
similar words:
autonomy, scope, self-determination, volition
definition 5: a specific privilege or right.
freedom of speech
synonyms:
liberty, privilege, right
antonyms:
restriction
similar words:
civil liberty, franchise, license, prerogative
definition 6: the state of being unconstrained by a tyrannical government; civil liberty.
synonyms:
civil liberty, liberty
antonyms:
oppression
similar words:
emancipation, independence
definition 7: ease of mobility.
synonyms:
latitude
similar words:
elbowroom, independence, Lebensraum, leisure, mobility, scope
definition 8: lack of restraint in behavior.
synonyms:
abandon, liberty
similar words:
carte blanche, license
definition 9: frankness; openness.
synonyms:
frankness, openness
similar words:
candidness, candor
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