Helm, bit, curb, reins, leading-strings, bridle.

    A throne, chair, divan, dais, woolsack.

    Diadem, tiara, ermine, signet, seals, talisman, cap of maintenance, toga, robes of state.

  1. Freedom (Substantives), independence, liberty, self-government, autonomy, scope, range, latitude, play, swing, free play, full play, elbow-room, margin.
  2. Franchise, immunity, exemption, emancipation 750, naturalisation, denizenship.

    Free land, allodium, see 780.

    A freeman, freedman, denizen.

    (Phrase). A place in the sun.

    (Verbs). To be free, to have scope, etc.

    (Phrases). To have the run of; to have one's own way; to stand on one's legs; to stand on one's rights; to have a will of one's own; to play a lone hand.

    To take a liberty; to make free with; to take the bit between one's teeth.

    To render free, etc., to free, to emancipate, etc. 750, naturalise.

    (Adjectives). Free, independent, loose, unconstrained, unrestrained, unchecked, unobstructed, unconfined, unsubdued, unsubjugated, self-governed, autonomous, self-supporting, unbound, uncontrolled, unchained, unshackled, unfettered, uncurbed, unbridled, unrestricted, unmuzzled, unbuttoned, unforced, uncompelled, unhindered, unthwarted, heart-whole, uncaught, unenslaved, unclaimed, ungoverned, resting.

    (Phrases). Free as air; one's own master; sui juris; on one's own bottom; on one's own.

    Free and easy, at ease, dégagé, wanton, rampant, irrepressible, unprevented, unvanquished, exempt, enfranchised, emancipated, released, disengaged, etc., see 750, out of hand.

    (Phrase). A cat may look at a king.

  3. Subjection (Substantives), dependence, thrall, thraldom, subjugation, bondage, serfdom, servitude, slavery, vassalage, villainage, service, clientship, liability 177, enslavement, "involuntary servitude."
  4. Yoke, harness, collar 751.

    (Verbs). To be subject, dependent, etc., to fall under, obey, serve 743.

    (Phrases). To drag a chain; to be led by the nose; to be or lie at the mercy of.

    To subject, enthral, enslave, keep under, control, etc. 751, to reduce to slavery, mediatise, break in.

    (Phrase). To have one on the hip.

    (Adjectives). Subject, dependent, subjected, in subjection to, in thrall to, feudatory, feudal, a slave to, at the mercy of, stipendiary, in leading-strings, enthralled, controlled, constrained, etc. (see 751), the puppet, sport, plaything of, etc.

    (Phrases). Under the thumb of; on the hip; under the lash; at the mercy of; at the feet of; tied to the apron- strings of.

  5. Liberation (Substantives), disengagement, release, enlargement, emancipation, mancipation, affranchisement, enfranchisement, manumission, discharge, dismissal.

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