freeman


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free·man

 (frē′mən)
n.
1. A person not in slavery or serfdom.
2. One who possesses the rights or privileges of a citizen.

freeman

(ˈfriːmən)
n, pl -men
1. a person who is not a slave or in bondage
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who enjoys political and civil liberties; citizen
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who enjoys a privilege or franchise, such as the freedom of a city

Freeman

(ˈfriːmən)
n
(Biography) Cathy, full name Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman. born 1973, Australian sprinter; winner of the 200m and 400m in the 1994 Commonwealth Games and the 400m in the 2000 Olympic Games

free•man

(ˈfri mən)

n., pl. -men.
1. a person who is free.
2. a person who is entitled to citizenship, etc.
[before 1000]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.freeman - a person who is not a serf or a slave
citizen - a native or naturalized member of a state or other political community
freedman, freedwoman - a person who has been freed from slavery
Translations
homme libre

freeman

[ˈfriːmən] N (freemen (pl)) (Hist) → hombre m libre; [of city] → ciudadano m de honor

freeman

[ˈfriːmən] ncitoyen m d'honneurfree market
néconomie f de marché
modif [system, ideology] → de marchéfree-market economy néconomie f de marchéfree-marketeer [ˌfriːmɑːrkɪˈtɪər] npartisan m de l'économie de marché

freeman

[ˈfriːmən] n (-men (pl)) freeman of a citycittadino/a onorario/a di una città
References in classic literature ?
- A Canadian Trapper.-A Freeman of the Forest- An Iroquois Hunter.- Winter on the Columbia.-Festivities of New Year.
Such was Regis Brugiere, a freeman and rover of the wilderness.
The instrument and symbol of a freeman's power to make a fool of himself and a wreck of his country.
I've heard that there is no harm in being a Freeman anywhere but here; so why should I think the worse of you for that?
Freedom, I replied; which, as they tell you in a democracy, is the glory of the State--and that therefore in a democracy alone will the freeman of nature deign to dwell.
No longer a serf, but a freeman and a landholder, Gurth sprung upon his feet, and twice bounded aloft to almost his own height from the ground.
``A smith and a file,'' he cried, ``to do away the collar from the neck of a freeman! Noble master!
``Nay,'' said Wamba, ``never think I envy thee, brother Gurth; the serf sits by the hall-fire when the freeman must forth to the field of battle And what saith Oldhelm of Malmsbury Better a fool at a feast than a wise man at a fray.''
It is true that an observer, under that softening influence of the fine arts which makes other people's hardships picturesque, might have been delighted with this homestead called Freeman's End: the old house had dormer-windows in the dark red roof, two of the chimneys were choked with ivy, the large porch was blocked up with bundles of sticks, and half the windows were closed with gray worm-eaten shutters about which the jasmine-boughs grew in wild luxuriance; the mouldering garden wall with hollyhocks peeping over it was a perfect study of highly mingled subdued color, and there was an aged goat (kept doubtless on interesting superstitious grounds) lying against the open back-kitchen door.
Some things he knew thoroughly, namely, the slovenly habits of farming, and the awkwardness of weather, stock and crops, at Freeman's End-- so called apparently by way of sarcasm, to imply that a man was free to quit it if he chose, but that there was no earthly "beyond" open to him.
Freeman, MD, MBA, FACS as its regional chief clinical officer.
Effective 2 November 2019, Dr Freeman will provide strategic oversight for the company's clinically integrated network, quality and safety processes, pharmacy and other clinical services, medical staff recruitment as well as graduate medical education.