gratis[ grat-is, grey-tis ]SEE DEFINITION OF gratis
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRATIS
He did not like the expense of them, for everybody was entertained there gratis.
But I understood from the plate that the consultations were gratis.
Gratis on application, or sent free by Post on receipt of Two Stamps.
Why buy your own experience dear, when you can get it gratis, for nothing already?
The shot is given in ‘free, gratis, for nothing,’ as Paddy said.
A man will shell out his dust to another man free and easy and gratis.
"Compensation," from France in particular, is not to be had gratis, it appears.
If any man in this country has a throat too much—command me, and I'll cut it—gratis.
Sometimes the ticket must be worked for, and sometimes it is gratis.
Catalogues of which may be had gratis at ye place of sale aforesaid.