Medieval History. land held by a tenant who rendered certain honorable and nonservile duties to his lord.
[free-soil] /ˈfriˈsɔɪl/ adjective, U.S. History. 1. pertaining to or opposing the extension of slavery in the Territories. 2. pertaining to or characteristic of the Free Soil party. noun, U.S. History. 1. a region, especially a U.S. territory, prohibiting slavery prior to the Civil War.
noun 1. a former U.S. political party (1848–56) that opposed the extension of slavery in the Territories not yet admitted to statehood. noun 1. a former US political party opposing slavery from 1848 until 1854 when it merged with the Republican party
noun 1. . noun 1. the right to express one’s opinions publicly
noun 1. a person with a highly individual or unique attitude, lifestyle, or imagination; nonconformist.