- n. Plural form of freebie.
“How many freebies is he flipping to his cronies while basic services are slashed even more.”
“I'm not big on crowds really so we stayed back a bit until it dwindled ... there really isn't a bad seat in the house since they have these huge jumbo TVs to watch what is happening on main stage and you are eligible to win freebies from the "prize patrol" no matter where you sit!”
“Lousiana getting freebies is just another key reason this bill SUCKS!!!”
“The learned helplessness and willful ignorance feasting on this cornucopia of freebies is morally reprehensible.”
“Do I get freebies from the lobbyist too or do I have to pay my own way?”
“All along, Mikey S. has been giving McCain freebies and Obama, in comparison, got no love at all.”
“My personal stance on taking freebies is that if a company wants to send me stuff, they're taking a calculated risk: there is a very good chance that they'll get nothing out of it at all (and I am absolutely upfront about that).”
“If there are Democrats who fell under the swoon of Jack Abramoff they should be invesitgated not only for taking bribes but for being stupid enough to take money and freebies from a Republican lobbyist.”
“Books pour in (purchases I can't help making, review copies, gifts, freebies from the bookcrossing pile in Raman's shop - this week alone 11 new books!).”
“Here are two more freebies from the same disc: "Twisted Nerve (Biter's Revenge)" (Link to free MP3).”
Looking for tweets for freebies.