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free access

noun as in open door

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Example Sentences

At the same time, contends Hoffmeyr, he would have advocated free access for those who could not afford to pay.

Already, the law has provided 54 million Americans free access to preventive services like check-ups and mammograms.

The list is virtually endless, from free access to tony beaches and free movie and opera tickets on request.

So we are constantly enmeshed in a choice-of-evils struggle: Which is worse, to allow free access, or to start censoring?

Adolph Candida was her music teacher, who, alone of the young men in Crompton, had free access to the house.

Give me, for forty-eight hours, free access to this building.

During the time you studied there, had you free access to the office at all hours?

Herr A—— M—— also, a good honest fellow, and at that time a wealthy man, allowed me free access to his house.

The affairs of the government were carried on as usual by Montezuma, to whom his officers and his counsellors had free access.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free access, such as: equal admission, generosity, open-door policy, smiling reception, and warmheartedness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.