Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of freer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • TAFF (a smart boy, of the peat freers, thirty two eleven, looking through the roof towards a relevution of the karmalife order privious to his hoisting of an emergency umberolum in byway of paraguastical solation to the rhyttel in his hedd).

    Finnegans Wake

  • The "all-or-nothing" nature of American politics really distorts the message we can send - you can either side with the gun nuts and the abortion clinic bombers, or you can side with the "abortion is legal until the kid is completely out, and playing Whack-a-mole as the head crowns is fine!" and the laboratory rat freers.

    Nader, Schmader

  • Kings almost of the west, and donors to the cast, arousers of crusades and freers of the Sepulchre!

    1492,

  • Kings almost of the west, and donors to the east, arousers of crusades and freers of the Sepulchre!

    1492

  • In 1540 Grafton and Whitchurch printed in 'the house late the graye freers,' _The Prymer both in Englysshe and Latin_, to be sold at the sign of the Bible in St. Paul's Churchyard.

    A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898

  • So that’s more pointless reports for the abuse team, who are also dealing with militant child-freers reporting icons by “boob nazis”, with whom they seem to be engaged in a perpetual LJ battle.

    Lack of Livejournalling « Whatever

  • "We are not stealers of men, O King, we are freers of men, as Tom and

    Allan and the Holy Flower

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