- not taken up by scheduled activities
- without restraint
- not held in servitude
- not occupied or in use
- not literal
- not fixed in position
- make (information) available publication
- relieve from
- let off the hook
- remove or force out from a position
- costing nothing
- unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion
- free from obligations or duties
- grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to
- part with a possession or right
- grant freedom to; free from confinement
- people who are free
- make (assets) available
- able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint
- free or remove obstruction from
Regain ones freedom
Mrs. Saddletree saw the house freed of her importunate visitors, and the little boy reclaimed from the pastimes of the wind to the exercise of the awl
Yes, they said it would be slightly above freezing tomorrow.
Cleaning (charge) free
Eliminate duty-free sales, which often serve as a major source of smuggled cigarettes.
Barring a few exceptions, it is difficult to obtain large amounts of material of the free nuclear endosperm of plants for routine biochemical analysis.
For in that case each would still be a self-contained universe, freed for ever from the sobering influence of external danger
Free from showiness or ostentation;unpretentious.
If the selling division does not meet all bona fide outside prices, then the buying division is free to purchase outside.