feel free to do as much as you want whenever you want to do it.
So when the ads hit the subways, as they inevitably will, we should feel free to condemn such bigotry.
For your story,” a CIA spokesperson wrote in an email, “you can feel free to say the CIA declined comment.
So I am now free, and feel free, to explore what has been my reality for over 50 years.
Any one else who is tired of being politically polite can feel free to e-mail me.
I wish to feel free to be ill as much and as long as I choose.
Nevertheless, she did feel free, freer than she had felt in all her life before.
Wainwright would not be likely to be about and it was always a relief to feel free from the presence of his enemy.
We'll all feel free to call on him whenever any of us gets into a tight place.
You throw Cassandra to me as a sop, so that you may feel free, and have no scruples in leaving me day after day.