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    /frē/

    adjective

    adverb

    • 1. without cost or payment: "ladies were admitted free" Similar without chargefree of chargefor nothingcomplimentaryOpposite paid forexpensive
    • 2. with the sheets eased: "I kept her off the wind and sailing free until I had all square forward"

    verb

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