Sentence Examples


  • He was much struck by English manners, was deeply penetrated by English toleration for personal freethought and eccentricity, and gained some thousands of pounds from an authorized English edition of the Henriade, dedicated to the queen.
  • Robertson, Short History of Freethought (London, 1906); G.
  • Robertson, Short History of Freethought (London, 1906); and Deism.
  • Robertson's Short History of Freethought, ii.
  • Robertson, Short History of Freethought (Lond., 1906); Sidney Lee, Great Englishmen of the 16th century (Lond., 1904).

How would you define freethought? Add your definition here.

comments powered by Disqus

Words near freethought in the dictionary