- made, used, provided, etc., without tolls or a charge: a toll-free highway; a toll-free phone number.
- free of charge: to call toll-free.
Origin of toll-free
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Examples from the Web for toll-free
People are urged not to attempt to help injured or oiled animals, but to report any sightings via the toll-free number.How to Help the Gulf
The Daily Beast
May 3, 2010
And, as a further inducement, such carts were to be toll-free for a year.Carriages & Coaches
Thoughts were toll-free against Romish exactions; that was what Luther meant.The Book Of God
G. W. Foote
The errant knight, his master, must needs pass us toll-free.Ivanhoe
Gedanken sind zollfrei, aber nicht hllenfrei—Thoughts are toll-free, but not hell-free.
To establish Luther's axiom, that thoughts are toll-free, was his determination.The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74
John Lothrop Motley