[free-guh n] /ˈfri gən/
a person who buys as little as possible and makes use of recycled or discarded goods and materials, in an effort to reduce waste and limit environmental impact.
a person who, through opposition to capitalism and consumerism, attempts to live without buying consumer goods, recycling discarded goods instead
a person, usually vegan in diet, who eats only discarded food foraged from the garbage of food establishments and stores
Freegans live an anti-consumerist lifestyle, employing alternative living strategies based on limited participation in the conventional economy.
c 1997; free + vegan
also freeganism, n.
- Free gift
noun 1. something given away, esp as an incentive to a purchaser
- Free gingiva
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noun 1. treasury gold, including the legal reserve, not restricted to the redemption of gold certificates or other specific uses. 2. Mining. gold found in loose particles or nuggets, as in a placer mine. noun 1. gold, uncombined with other minerals, found in a pure state 2. (US) the excess of gold held by the […]
plural noun 1. imported goods that are not subject to duty. 2. goods having utilitarian value, as air and water, but available in such great quantities as to have no cost.