Synonyms for Free:


all (adjective)
for free (adjective)
on the house.
free (adjective)
unchained, disentangled, emancipated, liberated, Disencumbered, unleashed, disentwined, untied, unbound, wide-open, unfettered, independent, Reprieved, released, gratis, unrestricted.
freed (adjective)
generous (adjective)
lavish, unstinting, generous.
generous, unsparing (adjective)
munificent, willing, lavish.
liberated (adjective)
emancipated, loose, freed, liberated, Disengaged.
loose (adjective)
unsecured, unconfined.
not busy; unoccupied (adjective)
spare, vacant, available, uninhabited.
plainspoken (adjective)
slack (adjective)
lax, loose, tolerant, slack, nihilistic, anarchic.
unburdened (adjective)
unchecked (adjective)
unconfined (adjective)
on the loose.
unrestrained personally (adjective)
frank, independent, unregulated, on the loose, unattached, liberal, unhampered, at liberty, Disengaged, unimpeded, uncommitted, loose, footloose, lax, unfettered, untrammeled, escaped, unobstructed, clear, unconfined, liberated, unconstrained, unrestricted.
unrestrained politically (adjective)
democratic, emancipated, sovereign, self-governing, freed, autonomous.
unsparing (adjective)
vocal (adjective)
willing (adjective)
voluntary, volitional.
without charge (adjective)
costless, for nothing, on the house, gratuitous, unpaid, complimentary, gratis.


all (adverb)


democratic, uncrowded, subject, derelict, blank, unregulated, hollow, Delivered, abandoned, void, deserted. imprisoned, scot free, on offer, let out, confined, going, accessible, public, seasonal, usable. corrosive, alkaline, concentrated, catalytic, chemical, unobstructed, active, chemical equation, alkaloid, fixed, unattached, vacant, unimpeded, untrammeled, fastened, aerobic, anaerobic. contribute, distribute, help, present, hand, charged, paid, hand over, yield. candid, self-supporting, what you/they will, self-reliant, self-sufficient, by choice, frank. quiet, sleepy, for nothing, underemployed, subdued, off-duty. bail out, unrestrained, bust out, breakout, escapee, bail, break out. emphatic, pointed, vociferous, emphatically, dependence, directly, baldly, flat out, man-to-man, outright. nc, precise, with someone's compliments, all expenses paid, on the house, courtesy. spendthrift, credit history, have money to burn, the last of the big spenders, a fool and his money (are soon parted), money, he who pays the piper calls the tune, be burning a hole in your pocket, you can't take it with you. owned, let someone go, uninhabited, unreserved, enfranchise. unsecured, unsupported, free-floating, unblocked, wobbly, undone. outspoken, vocal, free-spoken, restraint. give, lavish, unstinting, unsparing, munificent, generous. unforced, willing, uncompelled, voluntary, willful, spontaneous, volitional. strike. free (noun)
discharge, free of, unconfined, costless, escaped, unconstrained, freed, unoccupied, autonomous, spare, rid, free people, loose, freeborn, unrestricted, atrip, give up, gratis, liberal, disentangled, unfreeze, relinquish, liberate, sovereign, unpaid, discharged, exempt, quit, available, self-governing, aweigh, uncommitted, disengage, unloosen, resign, extricated, unhampered, disembarrass, absolve, unfixed, liberated, Free-soil, complimentary, out-of-school, unimprisoned, at liberty, unblock, inexact, clear, independent, detached, justify, gratuitous, unloose, emancipated, dislodge, slaveless, release, released, on the loose, unbound, footloose.
free and easy (noun)
tolerant, spontaneous.
free hand (noun)
disengage, disentangle, unchain, gratis, let out, except, rid, absolve, for nothing, set free, liberate, exempt, deliver, emancipate, relieve, untie, clear, unbind, acquit, loose, excuse, release, unleash.
group (noun)
free people.


acquit (verb)
clear, excuse, exculpate, defray, pardon, liberate, exonerate, acquit, absolve, dismiss, forgive, discharge, vindicate, release.
dismiss (verb)
except, exempt, privilege, reprieve, license, dispel, relieve, permit, stay.
free (verb)
disentangle, ease, unleash, Disentwine, unbind, disencumber, untie, unchain, Unfetter.
liberate (verb)
disengage, emancipate, set free, let out, let loose, deliver.
liberate, let go (verb)
deliver, discharge, unchain, let loose, let out, dismiss, reprieve, absolve, Unfetter, set free, loosen, enfranchise, bail out, disengage, relieve, untie, bail, unbind, acquit, pardon, emancipate, release, unleash.
slacken (verb)
slacken, loosen.
social (verb)
loose, unloosen, release, unloose, liberate.
take burden from (verb)
disencumber, disentangle, rid, exempt, excuse, disembarrass.

Other synonyms:

spendthrift, credit history, bust out, off-duty, uncompelled, underemployed, self-supporting, unstinting, escapee, breakout, unobstructed, self-reliant, public, unblocked, sleepy, enfranchise, unforced, subdued, self-sufficient. free-spoken, outspoken, unreserved, unsparing, unimpeded, courtesy, unsecured, uninhabited, vacant. confined, free-floating, willful, unsupported, bail, vocal, undone, quiet. break out, wobbly, bail out. lavish. restraint. give. at liberty
at liberty.
pardon, exculpate.
let out, unchained, let loose, unchain.
scot free.
untrammeled, unhampered.
Other relevant words:
generous, rid, spare, gratuitous, on the loose, unconstrained, free-spoken, at liberty, undone, vacant, unfixed, lavish, available, liberal, unrestrained, quit, for nothing, willful, gratis, unoccupied.

Usage examples for free

  1. She was young, free and rich. – The Claverings by Anthony Trollope
  2. Of course, now our hands are free – Anthony Lyveden by Dornford Yates
  3. In a minute or two you will be free and can make another Baronne Hulot. – Cousin Betty by Honore de Balzac