[free-bee] /ˈfri bi/
something given without charge or cost, as a ticket to a performance or sports event or a free sample at a store:
Freebies can be very useful in promoting your brand or business.
something provided without charge
without charge; free
also freeby, 1942 (adj.); 1946 (n.); perhaps as early as 1900; formed “arbitrarily” [OED] from free (adj.).
Anything given or enjoyed free of charge: That meal was a freebie and it didn’t cost me anything/ Holiday Inn bartenders are enjoined from giving freebies to customers, no matter how much they spend (1900+ Black)
[free-blohn] /ˈfriˈbloʊn/ adjective 1. (of glass) blown and shaped manually and without the use of a mold. Compare , (def 5).
[free-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈfriˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun 1. Nautical. 2. Civil Engineering. the height of the watertight portion of a building or other construction above a given level of water in a river, lake, etc. /ˈfriːˌbɔːd/ noun 1. the space or distance between the deck of a vessel and the waterline
noun, Nautical. 1. (on a cargo vessel) the uppermost deck officially considered to be watertight: used as the level from which the Plimsoll marks are measured.
noun, Nautical. 1. the length of a vessel, measured on the summer load line from the fore side of the stem to some part of the stern, usually the after side of the rudderpost.