The Collaborative International Dictionary
Free \Free\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Freed; p. pr. & vb. n. Freeing.] [OE. freen, freoien, AS. fre['o]gan. See Free, a.]
To make free; to set at liberty; to rid of that which confines, limits, embarrasses, oppresses, etc.; to release; to disengage; to clear; -- followed by from, and sometimes by off; as, to free a captive or a slave; to be freed of these inconveniences.
Our land is from the rage of tigers freed.
Arise, . . . free thy people from their yoke.
To remove, as something that confines or bars; to relieve from the constraint of.
This master key Frees every lock, and leads us to his person.
To frank. [Obs.]
Freed may refer to:People
- Alan Freed, the American radio personality
- Arthur Freed, the American film producer and lyricist
- Dan Freed (born 1959), American mathematician
- Gene Freed, American bridge player
- Kayce Freed (born 1958), widow of Peter Jennings
- Leonard Freed, American photographer
- Jio Freed, 666 Satan protagonist
- "Freed" - Past tense - to set free
- Freed, West Virginia
- Freed of London, a specialist manufacturer of dance shoes and clothing
- Freed.in, an FOSS event held in India
- The song "Freed" by Tracy Bonham, from her album Down Here
- Honda Freed, a Mini MPV vehicle made by Honda
- The Freed Man, 1989 Sebadoh album
vb. (en-past of: free)
Usage examples of "freed".
With Biyanco carefully assisting her, she freed the crystal of its brackets, cradling it tenderly in her hands.
Midnight demanded, as behind him the Cridi freed themselves from the crates and other containers.
Had been for nearly a week since the night at the city council when Bobby Freed had stuck it to him about the dopers.
As a New Yorker, Freed had laughed at the quaint pretenses extended by the solicitor.
He pounded his gavel with one hand and with the other wrenched Freed back into his chair.
She sighed to herself: many of the men, like Bobby Freed himself, were very good-looking.
Bobby Freed signaled for another piece of Key Lime pie and smiled at Laurie, who sat before the remains of a gargantuan brunch.
The Alley Cats were in the midst of a rough and tumble with Hrrana, Hrrunival, Ourrh, and a group of the neighbourhood youngsters, freed for evening games until darkness.
If the captain suspected he might need , he would want those partitions back so that Panis any freed crewmen had easy access.
The cessation of ship's gravity had freed her of the artificially weighted prostheses that held her down, but the arm and leg were still flopping loose, free of her control.
Soamosa freed herself from her couch and pulled herself rapidly over to him.
Plennafrey freed herself and turned away, clutching her hand against herself shyly.
The workers, freed from their thrall by the departure of the high mages, went on to eat their supper, which had just appeared in the square of stones.
The generators, suddenly freed of their load, whirled up to over speed and circuit breakers tripped them out.
To have two sabotaged will already be a considerable boon, but the more Mainlanders who are freed from subliminal manipulation, the more chance we'd all have of surviving until the Federated Council moves.