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free agent

noun as in somebody able to act freely

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Watt, who turns 32 next month, will become a free agent and can sign with any team after his release is official.

This baseball offseason, like the 46 before it in the free agent era, has shown once again that nothing, not even the economic damage of a pandemic, can keep team owners from falling in love with star players, and the hope that they symbolize.

Now the team has Heinicke and probably will re-sign Kyle Allen, an exclusive rights free agent, sometime before March 17.

He preferred to study game tape, to evaluate free agents and college prospects for the draft.

One player to keep an eye on is Jacoby Brissett, who is a free agent and played previously in New England.

He's never gone free agent and consequently plays for a salary that is half that of players who've had half his career.

Meanwhile, the free agent Incognito recently sought help for “severe mental stress”.

This man, more than any other free agent, needs to find a new team and receive a paycheck.

While Collins is a free agent now, he has ample opportunities.

Collins is in fact a free agent, meaning he is not signed to a particular team as of now.

God has created forces, and man, a free agent, employs those forces for good or for evil.

No longer was he bound by his job; he was now a free agent and could do as he pleased.

He does not look upon himself as a free agent, working out his own personal salvation.

The presence of your Scottish Guard, and two hundred choice lances, will serve to show that you are a free agent.

None of these European governments in the nineteenth century was in fact a free agent.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free agent, such as: freelance, independent, individualist, and rugged individualist.

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