[free-hohld] /ˈfriˌhoʊld/ Law.
an estate in land, inherited or held for life.
a form of tenure by which an estate is held in fee simple, fee tail, or for life.
pertaining to, of the nature of, or held by freehold.
a town in E New Jersey: battle of Monmouth courthouse 1778.
relating to or having the nature of freehold
early 15c. (implied in freeholder), translating Anglo-French fraunc tenement; see free (adj.) + hold (n.). Related: Freeholder.
[free-hohl-der] /ˈfriˌhoʊl dər/ noun 1. the owner of a . 2. (in some U.S. counties) a registered voter who owns local property and has been a local resident for a specified length of time. /ˈfriːˌhəʊldə/ noun 1. (property law) a person in possession of a freehold building or estate in land
noun, British. 1. a tavern that, having no affiliation or contract with a particular brewery, serves several brands of beer, ale, etc. noun 1. (Brit) a public house not bound to sell only one brewer’s products
noun, Nautical. 1. an opening in the bottom of a bulwark, for rapid drainage of a weather deck in heavy seas; scupper.
noun 1. spontaneously experimental, free-form jazz, popularized as an avant-garde phenomenon in the 1960s by various soloists and characterized by random expression and disregard for traditional structures, tonalities, and rhythms.