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What is another word for freely?

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Easily, without much effort or difficulty
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“I was sitting on a white floating carpet in the sky, gliding freely through the rushing clouds and looking down on the majestic ice sculptures below.”
In large amounts or quantities, especially of something free-flowing
“Maple trees had spiles in them and the sap was flowing freely into cups and pails.”
Openly and honestly, without reserve or inhibition
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“If all individuals are not allowed to freely express their opinions, then we lose the opportunity to compare the opinions of others with our own.”
Willingly and readily of one's own accord
“When a famine sweeps through the village, he is one of the very few who willingly and freely offers help to those in need.”
In a generous or openhanded manner
“All the while, Enron was greasing the wheels of the political process by donating freely to both political parties.”
At one's pleasure, without restriction
“He was allowed to freely wear whatever clothing he liked.”
Without charge
Without planning or preparation
On purpose, consciously and intentionally
Able to act freely and without restraint
Without cost
“The company is giving away free T-shirts as part of a marketing campaign.”
Alone or isolated in time, place, or position
(free of, free from) Adverb for not subject to or affected by something
“The summer holidays had arrived, and he was finally free from any assignments or homework.”
Adverb for not engaged in work, responsibilities or obligations
“I will finally be free this weekend for some rest and relaxation.”
(of equipment or a facility) Adverb for available for use
“The nice young man would offer the free seat on the train to an elderly lady.”
(of a state or institution) Adverb for not subject to foreign intervention or a despotic government
“Sadly, many people do not appreciate being in a free society until they have experienced otherwise.”
Adverb for not confined or imprisoned
“Amanda relished finally being free again after being imprisoned for almost four years in Italy.”
(free to) Adverb for allowed or permitted to do something
“There's no obligation to stay. You are free to leave whenever you wish to.”
Adverb for not physically obstructed
“We need to complete roadworks by early morning to ensure the free flow of traffic.”
Adverb for not physically fixed or attached
“As a running foot strikes the ground, it causes the free end of the shoelaces to stretch and then relax.”
Adverb for casual or relaxed in nature
“I thought of my toilsome job as being the only thing keeping me from living the free life I now dreamed of.”
(archaic) Adverb for overfamiliar or forward
“We've now become rather free with each other, perhaps even a bit too free.”
Done deliberately through one's own volition after thorough consideration
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