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freeman

1

[ free-muhn ]

noun

, plural free·men.
  1. a person who is free; a person who enjoys personal, civil, or political liberty.
  2. a person who enjoys or is entitled to citizenship, franchise, or other special privilege:

    a freeman of a city.



Freeman

2

[ free-muhn ]

noun

  1. Douglas Sou·thall [sou, -, th, awl], 1886–1953, U.S. journalist and biographer.
  2. Edward Augustus, 1823–92, English historian.
  3. Mary E(leanor Wilkins), 1862–1930, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
  4. a male given name.

freeman

1

/ ˈfriːmən /

noun

  1. a person who is not a slave or in bondage
  2. a person who enjoys political and civil liberties; citizen
  3. a person who enjoys a privilege or franchise, such as the freedom of a city


Freeman

2

/ ˈfriːmən /

noun

  1. FreemanCathy1973FAustralianSPORT: sprinter Cathy, full name Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman . born 1973, Australian sprinter; winner of the 200m and 400m in the 1994 Commonwealth Games and the 400m in the 2000 Olympic Games

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Other Words From

  • non·freeman noun plural nonfreemen

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Word History and Origins

Origin of freeman1

before 1000; Middle English freman, Old English frēoman. See free, man

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Example Sentences

“This is wrecking people’s livelihoods,” says Landon, who mentored Freeman when the lawman got into bees.

One of Freeman’s friends convinced him that, instead of complaining about the iPhone’s lack of software, he should get to work and create software of his own.

Freeman was a third-round draft pick in 2017 who began his rookie year as the Broncos’ starting running back before Phillip Lindsay overtook him.

In all, Freeman has simply been better, and at a point in his career when players rarely improve.

As our needs increase here, we’ve increased free testing and those walk-ups and the Freeman drive-thru so we make sure that communities that might not be able to access testing are able to access testing.

All of which makes David Freeman's portrait of Hitchcock in his final days all the more poignant.

To make great films, that's one thing,” Freeman writes, “to make yourself happy, that's quite another.

Still, Morgan Freeman, for instance, is a bit of a raging liberal.

McCollum added, “I want to tell you something, Joe Freeman, God got your judgment right in hell waiting for you.”

Harrison Ford, Clint Eastwood and Paul Newman were all considered for the role that went to Morgan Freeman.

One presented himself, and it thenceforth became as dangerous to kill a slave as a freeman in Barbadoes.

The Northern freeman knows no records; he despises the "papers."

No freeman could be arrested or imprisoned except under a legal warrant.

Like Noon and Freeman, he used the eye reaction to test his patients and found them most sensitive to rag weed.

Looking down to his left and through the trees, he commanded a view of Freeman Avenue.

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