Freedom is defined as the state of being free, independent, without restrictions, or release from prison.(noun)
See freedom in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME fredom < OE freodom: see free & -dom
See freedom in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English fredom
Origin: , from Old English frēodōm
Origin: : frēo, free; see free
Origin: + -dōm, -dom.
See freedom in Ologies
independent self-rule free from outside influence.
a doctrine of or belief in social equality or the right of all people to participate equally in politics.
Rare. a strong desire for freedom.
an abnormal fear of freedom.
1. a condition of freedom.
2. a right or privilege, especially the right to vote.
1. the advocacy of freedom, especially in thought or conduct.
2. Theology. the advocacy of the doctrine of free will. See also necessitarianism. —libertarian, n., adj.
1. the destruction of freedom.
2. the destroyer of freedom. —liberticidal, adj.
the act of setting free or being set free from slavery; emancipation.
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