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Fraught

Freedom

keyword: Free
Feel Free »
(allow yourself to do it; don't stop yourself...)


For Free »
(it does not require any money...)


Free And Clear »
(not guilty; not held responsible for what happened...)


Free And Easy »
(with a very comfortable, relaxed feeling...)


Free As A Bird »
(with a free and easy feeling; not locked up...)


Free For All »
(anyone can have it; a frantic situation where everyone is trying to get some...)


Free Translation »
(translating from one language to another, without using a dictionary...)


Get Off Scot Free »
(receive no punishment; one did something bad but was not punished...)


Go Scot Free »
(allowed to be free with no penalty and no punishment...)


At Liberty »
(free to do it...)


Beggars Can't Be Choosers »
(be thankful for what you get when you get something for free...)


In A Bind »
(stuck; trapped; unable to get free...)


Looking A Gift Horse In The Mouth »
(questioning the value of something you have received for free...)


Off The Hook »
(free from a difficult situation...)


Take It Easy »
(relax; let oneself feel free and comfortable...)




Fraught

Freedom


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