1. the condition of being free; the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints
2. immunity from an obligation or duty
At last they won their freedom.
By persistence many countries won freedom.
They asked for academic freedom.
Abraham Lincoln called on his people to fight for freedom for all — Negroes and Whites.
The assertion of the right to freedom is very important to all peoples.
The patriots unfurled the banner of freedom.
They beat the drum for freedom.
In 1862 the American slaves won their struggle for freedom.
They have an air of freedom, and they have not a dreary commitment to mean ambitious or love of comfort.
Will too much freedom make them degenerate?
So I answered up like a felon fighting for his freedom, and I answered pat, because I was telling the truth, which is sometimes a help.
The prisoners made a dash for freedom.
The dogs have greater freedom too, for they are allowed to wander outside their enclosure.
In democratic countries any efforts to restrict the freedom of the Press are rightly condemned.
an illusory sense of freedom
Revelling in her freedom, she took a hotel room and stayed for several days.
These clothes restrict your freedom of movement and stiffen up the whole body.
The party leader said the street should be renamed Freedom Avenue.
This gave them the freedom to make trouble all over the shop without fear of retribution.
Susan's idea of freedom was to have variety in her life style.
Freedom of the press is sacrosanct.
He yearned for freedom.
He said they were fighting for freedom of speech, freedom of worship, and freedom from want.
For them, affluence was bought at the price of less freedom in their work environment.
In Eastern Europe, one of the side effects of freedom appears to be crime.
Winckelmann declared that art and freedom went together.
The Freedom Party's electoral support surged from just under 10 per cent to nearly 17 per cent.
They see it as an infringement on their own freedom of action.
He himself believed in freedom, so much so that he would rather die than live without it.
She carefully tried to balance religious sensitivities against democratic freedom.
naturalness unconstraint outspokenness unreservedness directness informality sincerity frankness unceremoniousness candour openness casualness unrestraint candidness artlessness bluntness ingenuousness
laxity licentiousness lawlessness discretion unrestraint blanche laissez-faire reign latitude elbowroom abandon carte range nonintervention free noninterference looseness swing profligacy margin scope Lebensraum
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