freelyadverbuk /ˈfriː.li/ us /ˈfriː.li/
freely adverb (NOT LIMITED)
- Throughout the Cold War, the Allies asserted their right to move freely between the two Berlins.
- A pluralist society allows its members to express their beliefs freely.
- The hens range freely about the farm.
- They promised that individuals could live freely without fear of reprisal from the military.
- 'Without let or hindrance' is a legal term that means 'freely'.
freely adverb (ABLE TO MOVE EASILY)