[free-thing-ker] /ˈfriˈθɪŋ kər/
a person who forms opinions on the basis of reason, independent of authority or tradition, especially a person whose religious opinions differ from established belief.
a person who forms his or her ideas and opinions independently of authority or accepted views, esp in matters of religion
noun 1. thought unrestrained by deference to authority, tradition, or established belief, especially in matters of religion. noun 1. thought unrestrained and uninfluenced by dogma or authority, esp in religious matters
noun, Basketball. 1. . noun 1. (basketball) an unimpeded shot at the basket from the free-throw line given for a technical fault (one free shot) or a foul (two free shots)
noun, Basketball. 1. the rectangular area, 19 feet (5.7 meters) long and usually 12 or 16 feet (3.6 m or 4.8 meters) wide, extending from the end line behind each backboard to the foul line and along the sides of which players line up during a foul shot.
noun, Basketball. 1. (def 2).