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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of free.

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Examples

  • I guess that rescued Captain freed from the pirates just walked on water and hopped on a U.S. Navy warship.

    Gates: U.S. ready if North Korea sends missile toward Hawaii

  • For it is experience freed from the forces that impede and confuse its development as experience; freed, that is, from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself.

    June 2010

  • For it is experience freed from the forces that impede and confuse its development as experience; freed, that is, from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself.

    John Dewey's *Art as Experience*

  • For it is experience freed from the forces that impede and confuse its development as experience; freed, that is, from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself.

    The Reading Experience

  • For it is experience freed from the forces that impede and confuse its development as experience; freed, that is, from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself.

    Pure Experience

  • It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

  • It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.

    Craig Aaron: Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator

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