from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Standing or operating independently of anything else: a freestanding bell tower; a freestanding maternity clinic.
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- adj. standing or set apart; not attached to anything
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. standing apart; not attached to or supported by anything
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It's an extraordinary site because it's freestanding, which is very unusual in the district.
Not sure what it is called a freestanding piece that you can hang an outfit on and one little shelf.
Anyway, one does tire of hearing Shakespeare used as some kind of freestanding indicator of literary knowledge.
He brought it over and swung it open down the middle to make a kind of freestanding display.
Tour guides brag about the Woodward Opera House, which is billed as the oldest "freestanding" opera theater in the country.
All the better for testing out the tent's "freestanding" feature!
The simplest raised beds are freestanding, meaning they are created by simply hoeing up soil to create a bed thatâ€ ™ s higher than the surrounding soil.
OFA could become a freestanding organization that would advocate independently for the president's agenda.
A freestanding fireplace just like the one I had when I was a kid (except ours was 60's ORANGE).
BMW is overhauling the dealership it owns and operates at 555 West 57th St. and developing Manhattan's first freestanding dealership for BMW's Mini brand one block away.
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