freely[ free-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF freely
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREELY
I freely say that the tendency of my thought, based on observation, is to conservatism.
She freely acquaints him that he has nothing to expect from her contrary to her duty.
Desires her to treat her freely; but wishes not that she should impute love to her; and why.
As matters stand, I don't care to have papers, so freely written, about me.
But now, youngster, I have answered you freely, and I trow it is time that you answered me.
Henceforth she could freely unburden herself and tell the truth.
You know him, Duncan, or you would not trust yourself so freely to his keeping?
"I modestly but freely told him what I thought" of Paradise Lost!
Who art thou that talkest so freely of cracking the head of Arthur a Bland?
As if he had said,--I seek to test the submission of your will, freely, to my will.