noun as in independence, license to do as one wants
noun as in political independence
noun as in easy attitude
You want to be right up to that edge where it’s dynamic and there’s freedom.
He has no idea what the brave men and women who have fought and even died in war for our country, and those in the military today protecting our freedoms, stand for.
Instead, Brazil’s National Congress is considering legislation that would violate the privacy and freedom of expression of the country’s 137 million internet users.
This limitless freedom that it feels like I can feel in her performance there.
He’ll remember his one moment of freedom, he claims, when he’s “old and bent.”
In other words, the free thinker defending freedom of thought.
It was also an attack on our freedom of expression and way of life.
The more we appease, the more we indulge, the more emboldened the enemies of freedom become.
No one wants to align with less freedom at a time like this.
The choice between freedom and fear is not difficult when seen with perspective.
For this use of the voice in the special service of will-power, or propelling force, it is necessary first to test its freedom.
It was a life full of freedom, and I shall never cease to be grateful for it, but I must go home soon and look after my affairs.
Her success increased her confidence in herself and enhanced the boldness and freedom with which she handled her brush.
If there is everywhere complete economic freedom, then there will ensue in consequence a régime of social justice.
The primal rigidity of the straight line yields later on to the freedom of an organ.
On this page you'll find 187 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freedom, such as: ability, exemption, flexibility, immunity, opportunity, and power.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.