freer


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fre·er 1

 (frē′ər)
n.
One that frees, especially a liberator or emancipator.

fre·er 2

 (frē′ər)
adj.
Comparative of free.

fre•er1

(ˈfri ər)

n.
a person or thing that frees.
[1600–10]

fre•er2

(ˈfri ər)

adj.
comparative of free.
Translations
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While we were still in Columbus I began to read them, but I did not read so much of them as could have helped me to a truer and freer ideal.
Dinah had taken off her little Quaker bonnet again, and was holding it in her hands that she might have a freer enjoyment of the cool evening twilight, and Seth could see the expression of her face quite clearly as he walked by her side, timidly revolving something he wanted to say to her.
The holy angels could not have loved Nicolete with a purer love, a love freer from taint of any earthly thought, than I, a man of thirty, blase, and fed from my youth upon the honeycomb of woman.
A countless number of free forces (for nowhere is man freer than during a battle, where it is a question of life and death) influence the course taken by the fight, and that course never can be known in advance and never coincides with the direction of any one force.
Here aloft can I now speak freer than in front of mountain-caves and anchorites' domestic animals.
Whether it was, too, that his head being shaved, his forehead was drawn out in freer and brighter relief, and looked more expansive than it otherwise would, this I will not venture to decide; but certain it was his head was phrenologically an excellent one.
But while hapless Dough-Boy was by nature dull and torpid in his intellects, Pip, though over tender-hearted, was at bottom very bright, with that pleasant, genial, jolly brightness peculiar to his tribe; a tribe, which ever enjoy all holidays and festivities with finer, freer relish than any other race.
Could that which procures a freer vent for the products of the earth, which furnishes new incitements to the cultivation of land, which is the most powerful instrument in increasing the quantity of money in a state -- could that, in fine, which is the faithful handmaid of labor and industry, in every shape, fail to augment that article, which is the prolific parent of far the greatest part of the objects upon which they are exerted?
At least you saved him from Da Souza when his death would have made you a freer man.
You're a freer man than I am, Mister Dog, though I don't know your name.
I notice he's got ever so much handsomer since his father came home," said Dan, with a killing sarcasm that was wholly lost on Felicity, who gravely responded that she supposed it was because Peter felt so much freer from care and responsibility.
three quarts of double ale had rendered thee as free as thy master, ay, and freer too, if he be a Saxon like thyself.