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[free-duh m]

1. The state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint. 2. Exemption from external control, interference, regulation etc. 3. The power to determine action without restraint. 4. Political or national independence. 5. Personal liberty, as opposed to bondage or slavery. 6. Exemption from the presence of anything specified. 7. The absence of or release from ties, obligations etc. 8. Ease or facility of movement or action. 9. Frankness of manner or speech. 10. General exemption or immunity. 11. The absence of ceremony or reserve. 12. A liberty taken. 13. A particular immunity or privilege enjoyed, as by a city or corporation. 14. Civil liberty, as opposed to subjection to an arbitrary or despotic government. 15. The right to enjoy all the privileges or special rights of citizenship, membership etc in a community or the like. 16. The right to frequent, enjoy or use at will. 17. Philosophy. the power to exercise choice and make decisions without constraint from within or without; autonomy; self-determination. Compare necessity (def 7).

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