Common misspellings for freedom:
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Definition of freedom:
- The state of being free; liberty; self-determination; absence of restraint;the opposite of slavery.The power of acting, in the character of a moral personality, according to thedictates of the will, without other check, hindrance, or prohibition than such as may beimposed by just and necessary laws and the duties of social life.The prevalence, in the government and constitution of a country, of such a systemof laws and institutions as secure civil liberty to the individual citizen.
- The law of Moses pointed out the cases in which the servants of the Hebrews were to receive their freedom ( Exodus 21:2-4 Exodus 21:7 Exodus 21:8 ; Leviticus 25:39-42 Leviticus 25:47-55 ; Deuteronomy 15:12-18 ). Under the Roman law the " freeman" ( ingenuus) was one born free; the " freedman" ( libertinus) was a manumitted slave, and had not equal rights with the freeman ( Acts 22:28 ; Compare Acts 16:37-39 ; 21:39 ; 22:25 ; Acts 25:11 Acts 25:12 ).
- The state of being free; exemption from the power and control of another; liberty; independence.
- Privileges; franchises; immunities.
- Ease; facility; as, he speaks or acts with freedom.
- Frankness; openness; unreservedness.
- Improper familiarity; violation of the rules of decorum; license.
- Generosity; liberality.
- The state of being free; liberty; independence; ease in performance; particular privilege; absence of conventionality; undue familiarity.
- Liberty: frankness: separation: privileges connected with a city: improper familiarity: license.
- State of being free; liberty; frankness; license.
- Facility; ease; ingenuousness; also, undue familiarity.
- The state of being free; a state of exemption from the power or control of another; liberty; exemption from slavery, servitude, or confinement; franchise; immunity; exemption from fate, necessity, or any constraint, in consequence of predetermination or otherwise; ease or facility of doing anything; frankness; licence; improper familiarity.
- Liberty; independence; particular privilege; ease of doing anything; familiarity.