[free-liv-ing] /ˈfriˈlɪv ɪŋ/
following a way of life in which one freely indulges the appetites, desires, etc.
Biology. noting an organism that is neither parasitic, symbiotic, nor sessile.
given to ready indulgence of the appetites
(of animals and plants) not parasitic; existing independently
noun 1. a person who follows a way of life that freely indulges the appetites, desires, etc.
- Frederick William
noun 1. (“the Great Elector”) 1620–88, elector of Brandenburg who increased the power and importance of Prussia. 2. 1882–1951, German general: crown prince of Germany 1888–1918 (son of William II of Germany). noun 1. 1688–1740, king of Prussia 1713–40. noun 1. 1744–97, king of Prussia 1786–97. noun 1. 1770–1840, king of Prussia 1797–1840. noun 1. […]
- Frederick v
noun 1. called the Winter King. 1596–1632, elector of the Palatinate (1610–23) and king of Bohemia (1619–20). He led the revolt of Bohemian Protestants at the beginning of the Thirty Years’ War
[free-lohd, -lohd] /ˈfriˈloʊd, -ˌloʊd/ verb (used without object), Informal. 1. to take advantage of others for free food, entertainment, etc. verb (used with object) 2. to get by freeloading: He freeloaded several meals a week. /ˈfriːˌləʊd/ verb 1. (intransitive) (slang) to act as a freeloader; sponge modifier : my freeloading cousins/ your freeloading pals verb […]