Definition of Free-liver

1. Noun. Someone who gratifies physical appetites (especially for food and drink) with more than the usual freedom.

Generic synonyms: Free Agent, Free Spirit, Freewheeler



Definition of Free-liver

1. Noun. One who gratifies his appetites without stint; one given to indulgence in eating and drinking. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Free-liver

free-base
free-central
free-diver
free-diving
free-enterprise(a)
free-fall
free-fire
free-floating anxiety
free-flowing
free-for-all
free-form
free-hand knife
free-hearted
free-heel skiing
free-lance
free-liver (current term)
free-livers
free-living
free-living organism
free-market
free-marketeer
free-marketeers
free-milling
free-range
free-reed
free-reed instrument
free-soil
free-speech
free-spoken
free-standing

Literary usage of Free-liver

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1912)
"X. A NOTE ON A GLYCOGEN-FREE LIVER. BY PB HAWK. Received March 27. 1912. The presence of sugar in the liver was first noted by Claude Bernard,2 who later ..."

2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1858)
"He stated that he had been rather a free liver, and had suffered from gonorrhoea and syphilis, and that about twelve months before (the last date), ..."

3. Birmingham Medical Review (1896)
"Four pints of beer, free liver." Heart big. Liver half way to umbilicus. ... Free liver in food and alcohol." Gout. Heart big, but returned to normal after ..."

4. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, Sven Gustaf Hedin (1914)
"BUNGE found 0.01-0.355 pm iron in the blood-free liver of young cats and dogs. This was calculated on the liver substance freshly washed with a 1-per cent ..."

5. Principles of General Physiology by William Maddock Bayliss (1920)
"Embden and Oppenheimer (1913) found that large amounts of lactic acid were produced by perfusion of the glycogen-free liver with ..."

6. A Text-book of physiological chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, John Alfred Mandel (1908)
"BUNGE has found 0.01-0.355 pm iron in the blood- free liver of young cats and dogs. This was calculated on the liver substance freshly washed with a 1 per ..."

7. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1889)
"... the injunction of exercise, and abstinence from or great moderation in the use of alcohol and tobacco; a diet necessary to a free liver, and the son of ..."

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