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freedom British & World English

The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants

freedom English Thesaurus

the prisoners made a desperate bid for freedom

freedom in freedom English Thesaurus

the prisoners made a desperate bid for freedom

freedom in independence English Thesaurus

the struggle for American independence

freedom in liberty English Thesaurus

individuals should enjoy the liberty to pursue their own interests and preferences

freedom march British & World English

A march organized as a demonstration of protest against a political entity for its oppressive policies, which are often directed at a specific group such as a minority

freedom rider British & World English

A person who challenged racial laws in the American South during in the 1960s, originally by refusing to abide by the laws governing the segregation of seating in buses

Freedom Trail British & World English

A walking tour in Boston, Massachusetts, that takes visitors past historic sites relating to the American Revolution

freedom fighter British & World English

A person who takes part in a revolutionary struggle to achieve a political goal, especially in order to overthrow their government

degree of freedom British & World English

Each of a number of independently variable factors affecting the range of states in which a system may exist, in particular any of the directions in which independent motion can occur

freedom of speech British & World English

The right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint

freedom of conscience British & World English

The right to follow one’s own beliefs in matters of religion and morality

freedom of religion British & World English

The right to practise whatever religion one chooses

freedom of the seas British & World English

The right of merchant ships to move freely on the seas in peace or war without interference except in territorial zones

freedom from in freedom British & World English

The state of not being subject to or affected by (something undesirable)

Presidential Medal of Freedom British & World English

(In the US) a medal constituting the highest award that can be given to a civilian in peacetime

the freedom of —— in freedom British & World English

A special privilege or right of access, especially that of full citizenship of a city granted to a public figure as an honour

Inkatha British & World English

A mainly Zulu political party and organization in South Africa, founded in 1928 and revived in 1975 by Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi. It was active in the struggle for racial equality and universal franchise during the apartheid years, although in this it clashed with members of the rival ANC

Inkatha Freedom Party in Inkatha British & World English

A mainly Zulu political party and organization in South Africa, founded in 1928 and revived in 1975 by Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi. It was active in the struggle for racial equality and universal franchise during the apartheid years, although in this it clashed with members of the rival ANC


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