American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The countries of the world that have democratic and capitalistic or moderately socialistic systems rather than communist or totalitarian systems.
- n. collectively, all the countries that have democratic or capitalistic governments, as opposed to dictatorships or communist states.
- n. anti-communist countries collectively
“For no better reason than that he could do it, Whitlam decided that Australia would be among the first nations of the free world formally to acknowledge the USSR's annexation of the Captive Nations, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.”
“Eastward from Germany, new colossi, new threats to the peace, security and liberty of the free world were already germinating even before the old ones had been wholly liquidated.”
“But in the year 1937, at the time the first pro - duction Hurricane, serial L.1547, with the first Merlin II engine was transported to Brooklands and had its initial flight, the successors to this air - plane which in its trial by fire was to save the free world was already on the drawing boards.”
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