Freely - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfriːli|  American pronunciation of the word freely
Brit.  |ˈfriːli|  British pronunciation of the word freely

adverb

- in a free manner

the painting featured freely brushed strokes

Examples

...I will freely give my life for my country....

...the horse broke the halter rope quite freely...

He shared his knowledge freely with anyone interested.

EU members are allowed to travel freely between member states.

In France he could write freely, without fear of arrest.

We went outside so that we could talk freely without being overheard.

She was breathing freely.

If your muscles are tense, blood cannot circulate freely.

The injury prevented him from moving freely.

She gave freely to charity.

the painting featured freely brushed strokes

Her willingness to spend freely made her popular among her friends.

She opened the faucet and the water began to flow freely.

A country is not truly democratic until all of its citizens can vote freely.

...lavish feasts at which premium wines flowed freely...

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