- free gift,
- free gingiva,
- free gold,
- free goods,
- free graft,
- free house,
- free jazz,
- free kick,
- free kirk,
- free labour
Origin of free hand
Examples from the Web for free-hand
To these I have added complete instructions for free-hand crayons.
Free-hand crayons are made on Steinbach and other crayon papers, without any photograph as a basis.
There is a vast difference in the use of drawing tools and free-hand drawing.Carpentry for Boys|J. S. Zerbe
No students can be admitted to these classes until they have passed an examination in Free-hand Drawing of the 2d Grade.Travels in South Kensington|Moncure Daniel Conway
There are two general methods of perpetrating forgeries, one by the aid of tracing, the other by free-hand writing.Disputed Handwriting|Jerome B. Lavay
adjective, adverb freehand
Also, free rein. Freedom to do or decide as one sees fit. For example, The teacher gave her assistant a free hand with the class, or They gave me free rein to reorganize the department. The first expression dates from the late 1800s, the second from the mid-1900s.