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freedoms

[ free-duh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF freedoms

Synonyms for freedoms

  • ability
  • exemption
  • flexibility
  • immunity
  • opportunity
  • power
  • privilege
  • right
  • abandon
  • abandonment
  • bent
  • compass
  • discretion
  • facility
  • indulgence
  • latitude
  • laxity
  • leeway
  • liberty
  • margin
  • play
  • prerogative
  • profligacy
  • range
  • rein
  • rope
  • scope
  • sweep
  • swing
  • unrestraint
  • carte blanche
  • elbowroom
  • free rein
  • full play
  • full swing
  • laissez faire
  • own accord
  • plenty of rope
  • rampancy
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Antonyms for freedoms

  • impotence
  • inability
  • incompetence
  • responsibility
  • weakness
  • extreme
  • restraint
  • captivity
  • communism
  • confinement
  • difficulty
  • government
  • imprisonment
  • incarceration
  • limitation
  • reserve
  • restriction
  • servitude
  • slavery
  • subjection
  • subordination
  • suppression
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREEDOMS

No, Mrs. Betty, I am pretty well used to your freedoms now, you know.

The confusion of Imogen did not allow her to animadvert upon his freedoms.

Solange had seen fit to resent in a practical manner some of his freedoms.

I only wanted to touch on the relation of the freedoms—physical, mental, and spiritual.

You think you fight for freedoms, for democracy, but you fight for this!

It made possible the birth of the American system of freedoms.

And the sooner he loses all these freedoms, the better it will be for him.

I really do not understand what the Committee mean by some of their freedoms.

All this economic freedom of women is going to lead to other freedoms, you know.

They desired the freedoms of democracy, but also all the vetoes of democracy.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English freodom "freedom, state of free will; charter, emancipation, deliverance;" see free (adj.) + -dom. Freedom-rider recorded 1961, in reference to civil rights activists in U.S. trying to integrate bus lines.

Freedom fighter attested by 1903 (originally with reference to Cuba).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FREEDOMS

civil right

nouncivil liberties
  • God-given rights
  • civil liberties
  • constitutional rights
  • freedom
  • freedom of religion
  • freedom of speech
  • freedoms
  • freedoms of citizens
  • human rights
  • legal rights
  • natural rights
  • rights
  • rights of citizenship
  • unalienable rights
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