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A rounded human development provides for the fullest and freest exercise of all the powers of being.
COLLEGES IN AMERICAJOHN MARSHALL BARKER
The softest, freest, most pliable and changeful living substance is the brain—the hardest and most iron-bound as well.
THE HOMECHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN
Oh, I believe our country is the freest and best in all the world.
OUR LITTLE SWISS COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
Not a few of them, as we shall see, were among the freest thinkers of their age.
No man is fully free in the freest country in the world who wishes to dominate even his child.
DICKENS AS AN EDUCATORJAMES L. (JAMES LAUGHLIN) HUGHES
It was large enough for the freest expansion the world had yet seen of the vivid-hued imagination of Edgar Poe.
THE DREAMERMARY NEWTON STANARD
Yet at the time the American people were the freest in the world, freer even than the people of England.
GIVE ME LIBERTYTHOMAS J. WERTENBAKER
And this is, to remove every barrier to the freest outflow of human energies.
I would begin on the upper works of the schooner first, Captain Gar'ner, resarvin' the spars, though they would burn the freest.
THE SEA LIONSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Even in its freest flights, fashion rarely if ever gets away from a simulation of some ostensible use.