|freedom to act||free rein|
|(born 1945) Commander in Chief of the United States Central Command, four-star general in charge of American military troops carrying out Operation Iraqi Freedom||General Tommy R. Franks|
|(French) part of the phrase "laisser-aller" (freedom, lack of restraint)||laisser|
|(French) part of the phrase "laissez faire" (freedom of action, policy of non-intervention)||laissez|
|ability to avoid offense, caution, wisdom, careful judgment, confidentiality, freedom to decide||discretion|
|absence of guilt, blue-eyed Mary, chastity, freedom from sin, harmlessness, ignorance, lack of worldly experience, lawfulness, quality of being innocent; freedom from sin or wrongdoing, purity; guiltlessness; naivete, simplicity, lack of sophistication||innocence|
|act of excusing somebody, excuse somebody for something impolite, forgive somebody for wrongdoing, forgive; absolve; grant clemency, forgiveness; absolution; clemency, indulgence, interj, paper authorizing freedom from punishment, release from punishme...||pardon|
|act of making something available, authorization for freedom, control mechanism, document confirming surrender of something, emission, fire employee, free somebody from obligation, liberation; newly distributed film (or record, book, etc.); press relea...||release|
|act of setting free, releasing; state of being liberated, freedom, emancipation; act or process of achieving equal rights and status for a particular group, being set free, release from social stereotyping||liberation|
|allowing aircraft freedom of movement||open-skies; open-sky|
|allowing freedom of behavior, giving permission, optional, tending to grant permission, allowing; indulgent, lax||permissive|
|appeasement of a desire; gratification of a need; feeling of gratification; pleasure, contentment; compensation, remuneration; placation, appeasement; fulfillment, freedom from doubt, happiness with something||satisfaction|
|area set apart, become inattentive, blank area between type, divide into spaces, set some distance apart, separate by spaces, leave spaces, freedom to assert identity, interval between lines of musical staff, interval in transmission of telegraphic mes...||space|
|asset deposited to guarantee repayment, financial instrument, freedom from worry about possible loss, guarantor, guards, pertaining to safety, precautions to maintain safety, safety; protection, defense; act of making safe; pledge, guarantee; stock, bo...||security|
|basic right, breach of etiquette, freedom, freedom from outside control, independence; power to think and act freely; emancipation; freedom from captivity; right, privilege; presumption, forwardness, impertinence, right to choose, see also:civil liberties||liberty|
|be based on something, be dead, be left alone, be tranquil, be vested, caesura, cessation of labor, cessation of movement, come to stop, conclude a legal case, continue to be, depend on somebody or something, freedom from anxiety, lie fallow, pause in ...||rest|
|be calm or silent, freedom from war, law and order, mental calm, peace treaty, state of harmony, state of not being at war; silence, quietness; tranquility||peace|
|beginning of political freedom, freedom from control, freedom; self-reliance, self-sufficiency; autonomy, self-rule||independence|
|being unharmed or undamaged, condom, defensive back, device preventing unintentional operation, freedom from danger, lack of danger, play awarding points for defensive team, safe place, safetyman, security, freedom from danger; quality of not causing i...||safety|
|calm, freedom from worry, tranquility||ataraxy|
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