independent

[ in-di-pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF independent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEPENDENT

To be indifferent to it, or independent of it, was out of the question.

Under the eternal urge of freedom we became an independent Nation.

In no such spirit has it developed its full and independent sovereignty.

I'm forty-four, independent, free, a slave to no man nor monkey.

In his very first independent play he answered the scorners with scorn.

It was as if some will independent of my own had dictated the words.

It's such fun, just like playing house, to be by ourselves and independent of all the world.

He walked with a free and independent stride, and carried a rifle.

I am earning my bread in the way I desire—I am independent—I want them not.

Let us hope that these islands may one day be made free and independent.

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