fancy-free


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Related to fancy-free: footloose and fancy free

fan·cy-free

(făn′sē-frē′)
adj.
1. Having no commitments or restrictions; carefree.
2. Not in love or married; unattached.

fancy-free

adj
having no commitments; carefree

fan′cy-free′



adj.
free from any emotional tie or influence.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fancy-free - having no commitments or responsibilities; carefree; "a fancy-free bachelor"
uncommitted - not bound or pledged

fancy-free

adjective
Translations

fancy-free

[ˈfænsɪˈfriː] ADJsin compromiso
see also footloose
References in classic literature ?
She was the woman above all others to be loved, to be worshiped, but herself remained in "maiden meditation fancy-free." The memory of those brilliant days stayed with the poet-child.
"I'll soon be the only fancy-free maiden of our old quartet," thought Anne, drowsily.
If a man is thought-free, fancy-free, imagination-free, that which is not never for a long time appearing to be to him, unwise rulers or reformers cannot fatally interrupt him.
Helen came and behaved with a cheerfulness that reassured their visitor--this hen at all events was fancy-free.
Life as a footloose and fancy-free traveller has clearly been hampered by the need to base herself in one place (Auckland) and earn some money.
GOLF star Rory McIlroy is footjoy and fancy-free after splitting with girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki.
After facing jail time and a lawsuit, the Armenian belly dancer is finally footloose and fancy-free after resolving her standing disputes with the hotel, whom she signed a contract with in 2009 upon her arrival to Egypt.
While Harris is now planning to have a family with his wife Cherie, it was all about living footloose and fancy-free in his early cricket days, the report added.
Most of the birds are this time of year footloose and fancy-free.
VINTAGE GATSBY Step back in time to a fancy-free era of flappers and fringing.
Mechanics, going top-side on your Black Hawk for maintenance or inspections is no time to be foot-loose or fancy-free.
He said the police had been "deceptive" and "played footloose and fancy-free" with valuable property.