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free gold gold of the U.S. treasury whose use is not restricted to the redemption of gold certificates. [2 definitions]
freehand by hand without guidelines or guiding implements.
free-handed giving generously; open-handed. [3 definitions]
freehold legal tenure of an estate in fee or for life, or the estate so held. [2 definitions]
free-lance to work or act as a free lance. [3 definitions]
free lance a person who earns a living as a writer, graphic artist, musician, or the like by taking on a variety of assignments, often completed at home, for a variety of employers. [3 definitions]
free-living freely indulging desires and appetites, as for food, drink, or sex, as a way of life.
freeload (informal) to take food, lodging, entertainment, or the like at someone else's expense and usu. to his or her disadvantage.
free lunch (informal) something obtained for nothing.
freeman one who is free, and not a slave or serf. [2 definitions]
free market a market in which buying and selling is theoretically conducted without restriction. [2 definitions]
Freemason a member of an international fraternal society that has as its aim the encouraging of mutual aid, brotherly love, and charitable acts. [2 definitions]
Freemasonry the principles, rites, and practices of Freemasons. [2 definitions]
free on board delivered free of charge to a buyer on board a train or ship.
free port a port that is open to all ships. [2 definitions]
freer1 one who frees a person or animal.
freer2 comparative of free.
free radical an atom or molecule with one or more unpaired electrons.
free-range of, pertaining to, or produced by animals that can roam freely outdoors for at least part of the day.
free school a school that is an alternative to the traditional public and private schools, with a flexible approach to teaching.
freesia a southern African plant of the iris family that bears clusters of fragrant funnel-shaped flowers.