freethinking[ free-thing-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF freethinking
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Compare Bentley on Freethinking, from which much of this is derived.
The only tutor I valued—you, Koll—had been dismissed; they considered you to be too freethinking.
To these Protestants he would doubtless have joined the freethinking Bolingbroke.
There is positively a child-cultus in the great French cities, and especially in Freethinking Paris.
But our Sham Rao had a slight tendency to freethinking, as we knew, and besides, he was too much of an admirer of Haeckel.
Other philosophical works are few, and chiefly express the doubt and the freethinking which were characteristic of the time.
We have seen how he besought all of his freethinking followers to beware of seeming to presume on the vote in his favour.
And there were yet further matters to be dealt with, as the position of freethinking jurors.
How could a peaceable, freethinking man live neighbor to the Forty-ninth Regiment?
We do not believe in the story of his freethinking, though Walpole strongly repeats it, and gives his authority.
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