Free´dom   Pronunciation: frē´dŭm
n.1.The state of being free; exemption from the power and control of another; liberty; independence.
Made captive, yet deserving freedom more.
- Milton.
2.Privileges; franchises; immunities.
Your charter and your caty's freedom.
- Shak.
3.Exemption from necessity, in choise and action; as, the freedom of the will.
4.Ease; facility; as, he speaks or acts with freedom.
5.Frankness; openness; unreservedness.
I emboldened spake and freedom used.
- Milton.
6.Improper familiarity; violation of the rules of decorum; license.
7.Generosity; liberality.
Freedom fine
a sum paid on entry to incorporations of trades.
Freedom of the city
the possession of the rights and privileges of a freeman of the city; formerly often, and now occasionally, conferred on one not a resident, as a mark of honorary distinction for public services.
Noun1.freedom - the condition of being free; the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints
2.freedom - immunity from an obligation or duty
Synonyms: exemption
arrogance, artlessness, audaciousness, audacity, authority, authorization, autonomy, bigheartedness, blank check, bluffness, bluntness, boldness, bounteousness, bountifulness, bounty, brass, brazenness, broadness, brusqueness, candidness, candor, carte blanche, clarity, clear coast, clear road, compass, convenience, copyright, deliverance, deregulation, directness, discretion, dispensation, disrespect, ease, easiness, easy going, easy purse strings, effortlessness, emancipation, facileness, facility, favor, forthrightness, forwardness, franchise, frankness, free hand, free time, freehandedness, freeheartedness, freeness, gall, generosity, generousness, genuineness, givingness, goof-off time, graciousness, grant, great heart, greatheartedness, highroad, honesty, hospitality, idle hours, immunity, impertinence, impudence, indulgence, ingenuousness, intelligibility, lack of hindrance, largeheartedness, largeness, largess, latitude, leisure, liberality, liberalness, liberation, license, magnanimity, manumission, margin, munificence, naturalness, nerve, odd moments, open hand, open heart, openhandedness, openheartedness, openness, outspokenness, patent, permission, plain dealing, plain sailing, plain speaking, plainness, plainspokenness, plane sailing, play, power, prerogative, presumption, presumptuousness, range, release, relief, repose, rest, retirement, right, roundness, royal road, scope, self-determination, self-direction, self-government, semiretirement, simplicity, sincerity, smooth road, smooth sailing, smoothness, spare time, special favor, straight sailing, straightforwardness, sweep, time, time to kill, time to spare, uncomplexity, uncomplicatedness, unconstraint, unreserve, unselfishness, warrant, welcome
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