noun, plural freed·men.
- freedmen's bureau,
- freedom fighter,
- freedom food,
- freedom march
Origin of freedman
Examples from the Web for freedman
Freedman has written widely not only on military history, but on contemporary military strategy in journals and magazines as well.
Strategy, as Freedman describes his admittedly diffuse and multifaceted subject, is both a way of thinking and a way of doing.
"I would like to think [this issue] has nothing to do with transgender," says Freedman.Andrej Pejic: The Model Barnes & Noble Didn't Want You to See|Isabel Wilkinson|May 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Menas was a freedman of Pompey the Great, and a trusted officer of his son Sextus.Horace|Theodore Martin
Julius Modestus 892, who was a freedman of Hyginus, followed the footsteps of his patron in his studies and learning.The Lives Of The Twelve Caesars, Complete|C. Suetonius Tranquillus
Yet the slave's and so the freedman's religion was very one-sided and out of all proportion emotional.The Negro and the Nation|George S. Merriam
If his name was really Longus, he was probably a freedman of some Roman family which bore it.
Up to this time there had been no legislation affecting the status of the freedman.The Struggle between President Johnson and Congress over Reconstruction|Charles Ernest Chadsey