free-spirited

free-spirited

adj
characterized by independence and unconventionality
Translations

free-spirited

[ˌfriːˈspɪrɪtɪd] ADJlibre de convencionalismos
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Embracing the free-spirited positivity and happiness of the bohemian lifestyle, Playa Payaya also specialises in boho fashion jewellery and delicate gemstone jewellery, designed to complement eclectic wardrobes and allow free spirits to shine.
My parents were very free-spirited and my mother was very much into health and nature.
Directed by Vadim Perelman, who gave us the similarly downbeat House Of Sand And Fog, the misery revolves around Diana (Evan Rachel Wood), a free-spirited 17-year-old who's forced to choose between her life and that of a friend when confronted by a school shooter.
The Knot Fairy is a free-spirited fantasy picturebook, about a fairy that visits sleeping children to tie knots in their hair.
Murphy, outspoken and free-spirited (and mischief-seeking), has been sentenced to a summer of community service on the orchard.
Layal, the free-spirited artist who paints both female nudes and portraits of Saddam, returns periodically as a kind of diffident tour guide.
It is the beauty of our Constitution which has allowed us to be free-spirited and free-thinking people.
My Summer of Love is a crossover movie; Free-spirited in their liaison, Mona and Tamsin smooch everywhere, unafraid of the provincial locals.
The program ended with a free-spirited coda by all the dancers (except the Graham contingent) doing this, that, and especially the other, all with happy bravura and to Tchaikovsky.
What started out as a decade belonging to the cleans-haven, dress-coded Cincinnati Reds ended up with the free-spirited, sartorially splendiferous We-Are-Family Pittsburgh Pirates, whose championship club disintegrated into a spiral of cocaine abuse.
We just love free-spirited finds like spring's girly, pretty things.