Be uninhibited about doing or saying something. For example, Feel free to borrow the car whenever you need it, or You want to state the case? Feel free. For a synonym, see be my guest.
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How to use feel free in a sentence
feel free to do as much as you want whenever you want to do it.
feel free to use this sort-of-sad break up as a practice run for the sure-to-be-devastating demise of Bey and Jay.Nick Cannon’s Not a Gigolo, But He Had Sex with Kim Kardashian | Amy Zimmerman | August 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“feel free to use me as an example of an out-of-touch evil man,” he added.#YesAllWomen Responds to Santa Barbara Shooter’s Misogyny | Olivia Nuzzi | May 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Brit, feel free to call me any time to talk about race and racism.
We have no idea, but feel free to ask Julian from Indiana University.
Yet of what use to receive delegates, unless they feel free to join in discussion?The College, the Market, and the Court | Caroline H. Dall
Only when the family removed to a distant neighborhood did the youngster feel free to begin life with a clean sheet.The Viking Blood | Frederick William Wallace
Have I ever said or done anything in your presence that made you feel free to ask that, Philip Ammon?A Girl Of The Limberlost | Gene Stratton Porter
How I wish I could feel free to do the same, instead of grinding over these old fossils.A Journal from Japan | Marie Carmichael Stopes
You throw Cassandra to me as a sop, so that you may feel free, and have no scruples in leaving me day after day.Lady Cassandra | Mrs George de Horne Vaizey