- (of sculpture or architectural elements) unattached to a supporting unit or background; standing alone.
- not affiliated with others of its kind; independent; autonomous: a freestanding clinic, not connected with any hospital.
Origin of freestanding
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Contemporary Examples of freestanding
Prior to 1897, baths were taken in freestanding tubs in front of the fire in the bedrooms.The Real Downton Abbey: Juiciest Bits From 'The Lost Legacy of Highclere Castle'
January 1, 2012
That is why for years scanners have been freestanding and fully visible in many airport concourses.The Bomb Threat Under the Seats
December 28, 2009
- standing apart; not attached to or supported by another object
- (in systemic grammar) denoting a clause that can stand alone as a sentence; denoting or being a main clauseCompare bound 1 (def. 8b)
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