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free spirit

noun as in nonconformist

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Cannes, it would seem, still embodies the free spirit that has long drawn artists to the south.

I was a free spirit who could pick up and go at a moment's notice, but those feelings faded when I realized what I was missing.

She hypnotized Cory with her free spirit, freer hair, and asinine name, coaxing him out of his shell and into love with her.

She was not so much a free spirit as a free agent, which is hardly what a parent is meant to be.

I discovered the free spirit within, embraced the experience, and marked the beginning of a very unexpected career.

But the people who are to be the subjects of these restraints are descendants of Englishmen; and of a high and free spirit.

The free spirit and the firm heart with which I commenced, one circumstance was sufficient to blast.

The free spirit of these "Paulistas" has passed to their descendants.

Let him forget where the long procession leads and wander about a free spirit and his wanderings will lead him to the madhouse.

Somewhere the free spirit must take its stand and claim its God-given distinction.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free spirit, such as: bohemian, hippie, beatnik, dissenter, eccentric, and flower child.

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