- 1. not under the control or in the power of another; able to act or be done as one wishes: "I have no ambitions other than to have a happy life and be free"
- 2. not or no longer confined or imprisoned: "the researchers set the birds free" Similar Opposite
- 1. without cost or payment: "ladies were admitted free" Similar Opposite
- 2. with the sheets eased: "I kept her off the wind and sailing free until I had all square forward"
- 1. release from captivity, confinement, or slavery: "they were freed from jail" Similar Opposite
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