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  • adj. Without freedom.


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freedom +‎ -less


  • While I appreciate and realize our world is closer than ever to being turned into a freedomless prison, readers would have been better served with a story that stayed with them and therefore imparted its message rather than being beaten over the head with one.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • But surprisingly, Jason's comments didn't pour gas into the raging fire that's been burning in my heart for the last year or so - that fire is in regards to the effects of selfish, misguided CCP decisions that provide freedomless misery to millions around China and the world - but rather catalyzed a new kind of fiery realization: Why aren't the Peace Corps in Xinjiang Province?

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Does he have a plan to turn words to action, even against our freedomless friends?


  • We have been driven into freedomless markets, into unconscionable debt, and forced to ruin our currency value "in order to compete" - all while placed on a fast track to bankruptcy.

    I'm Too Busy Making A Profit To Save My Country

  • Here I was now, at San Quentin, freedomless, confined to death row, wondering if I looked as strange to some of these characters as they did to me.

    Blue Rage, Black Redemption

  • And the Famine which dwelt on her freedomless crags

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 4

  • The growing silence you hear now is a cowed nation exercising its freedomless speech.

    The Rule of Reason

  • “Fidel Castro — Mr. Pinochet’s nemesis and a hero to many in Latin America and beyond — will leave behind an economically ruined and freedomless country with his approaching death.

    Think Progress » Congresswoman: ‘I Welcome The Opportunity Of Having Anyone Assassinate Fidel Castro’


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