a privately run school organized as an alternative to the traditional public or private school, usually following a highly flexible approach to the curriculum and teaching methods.
/ˈfriːˌʃiːt/ noun 1. a newspaper that is distributed free, paid for by its advertisers Also called giveaway
noun, Printing. 1. paper made entirely from chemical pulp and therefore free of groundwood.
noun, Economics. 1. the free coinage of silver, especially at a fixed ratio with gold. noun 1. the unlimited minting of silver coins, esp when at a fixed ratio to gold
adverb Outside the walls of a prison: He yearns to live freeside again (1950s+ Prison)