freethinker

[ free-thing-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF freethinker

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I was already a republican and a freethinker in the days of the Empire.

Socrates is nowhere represented to us as a freethinker or sceptic.

He was a Freethinker at a time when to have thoughts of your own was to be an outcast.

The contadino had become a freethinker since the accession of the house of Savoy.

In religion he was a Freethinker; in morals pure and unspotted.

My father was a Freethinker, but died when I was only three years old.

Out of the freethinker you have made an atheist, and out of the atheist a religious man.

When young I was sincerely pious, and you have made me a freethinker.

The freethinker is liable to the danger of an unregulated, dissolute life.

But even a freethinker may have his dark hours of depression, the cause of which he knows not.

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