[free-floh-ting] /ˈfriˈfloʊ tɪŋ/
(of an emotional state) lacking an apparent cause, focus, or object; generalized:
(of people) uncommitted, as to a doctrine, political party, etc.; independent:
capable of relatively free movement.
unattached or uncommitted, as to a cause, a party, etc
- Free-floating anxiety
noun 1. (psychiatry) chronic anxiety occurring for no identifiable cause
[free-fer-awl] /ˈfri fərˌɔl/ noun 1. a fight, argument, contest, etc., open to everyone and usually without rules. 2. any competition or contested situation that is disordered, impulsive, or out of control: a free-for-all at the buffet table. 3. Informal. any enterprise or field of endeavor in which various companies, countries, participants, etc., compete without restriction: […]
[adjective free-fawrm; adverb free-fawrm] /adjective ˈfriˌfɔrm; adverb ˈfriˈfɔrm/ adjective 1. characterized by free form: free-form sculpture. 2. not organized or planned in a conventional way: a free-form international conglomerate. 3. encouraged to function or evolve without advance planning; spontaneous: free-form management. adverb 4. without restrictions or preconceptions: The children were allowed to paint free-form. noun […]
noun 1. (in World War II) the French movement, organized in London under the leadership of General Charles de Gaulle, that repudiated the 1940 armistice with the Nazis and the government established at Vichy and fought for the liberation of France and the restoration of the republic.