What is another word for free?

125 synonyms found


[ f_ɹ_ˈiː], [ fɹˈiː], [ fɹˈiː]

Synonyms for Free:

free (adjective) liberated (adjective) slack (adjective) acquit (verb) dismiss (verb) free (verb) liberate (verb) slacken (verb) Other synonyms:

Related words for Free:


Rhymes for Free:

  1. se, ti, key, ne, licensee, parolee, enlistee, p, mt, marquee, knee, honoree, cod, rb, zee, id, nestle, draftee, leigh, ranee, esprit, tea, deportee, curie, g, c, mi, referee, tennessee, sea, kea, ddt, debris, detainee, vendee, banshee, ip, cd, klee, spree, inductee, xi, disagree, lp, potpourri, see, z, t, gutsy, glee, vi, pea, emcee, trainee, nominee, marquis, bee, lee, tree, gee, nee, indri, be, internee, yippee, degree, decree, atp, ski, ab, brie, zea, me, he, te, cc, de, yi, oversea, flea, ee, jubilee, lessee, rupee, mc, d, lxi, tv, trustee, chablis, fee, sep, tee, appointee, undersea, lea, mit, retiree, guarantee, plea, three, devotee, lsd, bourgeoisie, li, yangtze, whoopee, v, guaranty, wee, fop, b, re, si, foresee, flee;
  2. albee, agree, ac;
  3. addressee;
  4. interviewee;

Quotes for Free:

  1. Judges must be free from political intervention or intimidation. Stockwell Day.
  2. Merely external emancipation has made of the modern woman an artificial being. Now, woman is confronted with the necessity of emancipating herself from emancipation, if she really desires to be free Emma Goldman.
  3. The free man cannot be long an ignorant man. William McKinley.

Idioms of Free:

  1. break sth free ( from sth);
  2. get free
  3. home free

Adjectives for Free:

  • present superb,
  • best extant,
  • own brown,
  • certain other,
  • several more,
  • thine own,
  • excellent equal,
  • now strong and vigorous,
  • excellent, belligerent,
  • moral, industrious,
  • own variable,
  • many avowed,
  • whole liberal,
  • old peaceful,
  • honest, sensible,
  • recent national,
  • few foolish,
  • now strong,
  • present excellent,
  • prosperous little,
  • same gay,
  • more german,
  • greatest and best,
  • strong and vigorous,
  • more visible,
  • ancient or modern,
  • many powerful,
  • other prominent,
  • large old,
  • such new,
  • snug little,
  • great and glorious,
  • tough old,
  • grand old,
  • good old,
  • moral,
  • honest,
  • greatest,
  • excellent,
  • strong,
  • ancient,
  • great,
  • annual municipal,
  • young, red-haired,
  • few human,
  • young,
  • troublesome, worrisome,
  • troublesome,
  • enthusiastic young,
  • dirty old,
  • central european.