treasury gold, including the legal reserve, not restricted to the redemption of gold certificates or other specific uses.
Mining. gold found in loose particles or nuggets, as in a placer mine.
gold, uncombined with other minerals, found in a pure state
(US) the excess of gold held by the Federal Reserve Banks over the legal reserve
plural noun 1. imported goods that are not subject to duty. 2. goods having utilitarian value, as air and water, but available in such great quantities as to have no cost.
- Free graft
free graft n. A graft cut free from its attachments and transplanted to another site.
- Free gratis
adjective phrase : a free-gratis perk/ free-gratis tickets adverb phrase Without charge; for free •In earliest form free, gratis, and for nothing: The Congressmen traveled free gratis (1883+) [fr combination of free with Latin gratis, ”free”]
[free-hand] /ˈfriˌhænd/ adjective 1. drawn or executed by without guiding instruments, measurements, or other aids: a freehand map. adverb 2. in a freehand manner: to draw freehand.