unassisted or unconstrained flight, as the flight of a rocket or missile without guidance or after fuel exhaustion or motor cutoff.
the flight of a rocket, missile, etc, when its engine has ceased to produce thrust
[free-floh-ting] /ˈfriˈfloʊ tɪŋ/ adjective 1. (of an emotional state) lacking an apparent cause, focus, or object; generalized: free-floating hostility. 2. (of people) uncommitted, as to a doctrine, political party, etc.; independent: free-floating opportunists. 3. capable of relatively free movement. adjective 1. unattached or uncommitted, as to a cause, a party, etc
- Free-floating anxiety
noun 1. (psychiatry) chronic anxiety occurring for no identifiable cause
[free-fer-awl] /ˈfri fərˌɔl/ noun 1. a fight, argument, contest, etc., open to everyone and usually without rules. 2. any competition or contested situation that is disordered, impulsive, or out of control: a free-for-all at the buffet table. 3. Informal. any enterprise or field of endeavor in which various companies, countries, participants, etc., compete without restriction: […]
[adjective free-fawrm; adverb free-fawrm] /adjective ˈfriˌfɔrm; adverb ˈfriˈfɔrm/ adjective 1. characterized by free form: free-form sculpture. 2. not organized or planned in a conventional way: a free-form international conglomerate. 3. encouraged to function or evolve without advance planning; spontaneous: free-form management. adverb 4. without restrictions or preconceptions: The children were allowed to paint free-form. noun […]