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Freaky

ˈfriː.ki

Meanings of Freaky:

adjective

Very odd, strange, or eccentric.

Usage examples:

A freaky coincidence

Freckle

ˈfrek.əl

Meanings of Freckle:

noun

A small patch of light brown colour on the skin, often becoming more pronounced through exposure to the sun.

Usage examples:

She had a light sprinkling of freckles on her nose
verb

Cover or become covered with freckles.

Usage examples:

Skin which freckles easily

Freckled

ˈfrek.əld

Meanings of Freckled:

adjective

Covered with freckles.

Usage examples:

A freckled face
verb

Cover or become covered with freckles.

Usage examples:

Skin which freckles easily

Freckles

ˈfrɛk(ə)l

Meanings of Freckles:

noun

A small patch of light brown colour on the skin, often becoming more pronounced through exposure to the sun.

Usage examples:

She had a light sprinkling of freckles on her nose
verb

Cover or become covered with freckles.

Usage examples:

Skin which freckles easily

Freckling

ˈfrɛk(ə)l

Meanings of Freckling:

verb

Cover or become covered with freckles.

Usage examples:

Skin which freckles easily
noun

A small patch of light brown colour on the skin, often becoming more pronounced through exposure to the sun.

Usage examples:

She had a light sprinkling of freckles on her nose

Meanings of Freckly:

adjective

Having small, pale brown spots on the skin, usually on the face

Usage examples:

A freckled complexion, he’s a red-haired, freckled 34-year-old., i'm really freckly.

Freddie

fred.i ˈmæk

Meanings of Freddie:

noun

An informal name for the federal home loan mortgage corporation: a government organization in the us that buys and sells loans on the financial markets in order to raise more money to lend to home buyers

Usage examples:

Freddie mac said the 15-year mortgage rate rose to 8.46% from 8.45%.

Meanings of Free:

adjective

Able to act or be done as one wishes; not under the control of another.

Usage examples:

I have no ambitions other than to have a happy life and be free
adverb

Without cost or payment.

Usage examples:

Ladies were admitted free
verb

Release from confinement or slavery.

Usage examples:

They were freed from jail
combining form

Free of or from.

Usage examples:

Smoke-free

Meanings of Free-and-easy:

phrase

Relaxed and informal

Usage examples:

The atmosphere in the office is fairly free and easy., until then, things were free and easy at hom…

Free-enterprise

ˌfriː ˈen.tə.praɪz

Meanings of Free-enterprise:

noun

An economic system in which private businesses compete with each other to sell goods and services in order to make a profit

Meanings of Free-flowing:

adjective

Something that is free-flowing is able to move without anything stopping it

Usage examples:

Free-flowing rivers, free-flowing traffic, a free-flowing discussion, a free-flowing style of playi…

Meanings of Free-for-all:

noun

An argument or fight in which many people take part

Meanings of Free-from:

phrasal verb

To help or make life better for someone by taking something unpleasant away from them

Usage examples:

He dedicated his life to freeing the world from famine and disease., i'd like to free myself of som…

Free-house

ˌfriː ˈhaʊs

Meanings of Free-house:

noun

A type of bar in the uk that is not owned and controlled by a brewery (= a business that makes beer) so the range of beers and other drinks that it can sell is not limited

Free-of-charge

ˌfriː əv ˈtʃɑːdʒ

Meanings of Free-of-charge:

adverb

Without having to pay

Usage examples:

You can download the materials free of charge from our website., the classes are offered free of ch…

Free-play

ˌfriː.təˈpleɪ

Meanings of Free-play:

adjective

A free-to-play game can be played without having to pay, for example because it is available free on the internet or as a program on your phone or computer, although it may be possible to choose to spend money on extra features of the game

Usage examples:

It claims to be the largest free-to-play online poker game in the world., they retooled the entire …

Meanings of Free-rein:

noun

Freedom to act and make decisions without first getting permission

Usage examples:

The young filmmakers were given free rein to experiment with new themes and techniques

Free-spirited

ˌfriːˈspɪr.ɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Free-spirited:

adjective

Doing what you want with enjoyment and pleasure, and not feeling limited by the usual rules of social behaviour

Usage examples:

She is very free-spirited and has always done as she pleased., he was the most independent and free…

Free-time

ˌfriː ˈtaɪm

Meanings of Free-time:

noun

Time when you do not have to work, study, etc. and can do what you want

Usage examples:

He is a young man who spends his free time playing on his computer.

Free-to

friː

Meanings of Free-to:

adjective

Not limited or controlled

Usage examples:

[ + to infinitive ] you are free to come and go as you please., [ + to infinitive ] please feel fre…

Freebase

ˈfriː.beɪs

Meanings of Freebase:

verb

To smoke a specially prepared form of the drug cocaine

Usage examples:

Cocaine causes addiction, particularly when freebased., an individual who heavily freebases cocaine…

Freebee

ˈfriːbi

Meanings of Freebee:

noun

A thing that is provided or given free of charge.

Usage examples:

He was never able to resist a bargain or a freebie

Meanings of Freebees:

noun

A thing that is provided or given free of charge.

Usage examples:

He was never able to resist a bargain or a freebie

Freebie

ˈfriː.bi

Meanings of Freebie:

noun

A thing that is provided or given free of charge.

Usage examples:

He was never able to resist a bargain or a freebie

Meanings of Freebies:

noun

A thing that is provided or given free of charge.

Usage examples:

He was never able to resist a bargain or a freebie

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