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free university an organization, often organized by students, that offers nontraditional courses and approaches to subjects not offered at established universities.
free verse poetry in which there are no regular rhymes, stanzaic forms, or metrical patterns.
free weights strength-building weights, such as barbells and dumbbells, that a person lifts directly rather than by means of an exercise machine that incorporates them.
free will the ability to choose or decide voluntarily. [2 definitions]
free world the parts of the world governed by democratic and capitalistic or socialistic systems rather than by communistic or despotic ones.
free zone a port or area of a city in which goods may be stored and reshipped to another country without customs duties.
free-associate to participate in free association.
free-fall the unconstrained fall of a body within a gravitational field. [2 definitions]
free-fire zone a military area in which anyone or anything can be shot or bombed.
free-for-all a quarrel, fight, or competition with no restrictions on participation or rules of conduct.
free-form having an irregular, often curvilinear contour or shape, esp. in graphic design or abstract art. [2 definitions]
free-handed giving generously; open-handed. [3 definitions]
free-living freely indulging desires and appetites, as for food, drink, or sex, as a way of life.
free-range of, pertaining to, or produced by animals that can roam freely outdoors for at least part of the day.
Free-Soil of or pertaining to the Free-Soil party of the nineteenth century which opposed the extension of slavery into the territories acquired by the United States.
free-spoken given to speaking freely and candidly; outspoken.
freelance a person who earns a living by taking on a variety of assignments, often completed at home, for a variety of employers and generally without long-term commitments. [6 definitions]
gluten-free of a diet or food substance, not containing gluten, which is an elastic substance that occurs in certain cereal grains and gives dough an elastic texture.
scot-free entirely free from harm, punishment, or duty.
sugar-free used to describe food products containing less than 0.5 grams per serving of sucrose or other forms of sugar.