Definition of Free living
1. Noun. A lifestyle given to easy indulgence of the appetites.
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Literary usage of Free living
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1. The Origin of a Land Flora: A Theory Based Upon the Facts of Alternation by Frederick Orpen Bower (1908)
"THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FREE-LIVING SPOROPHYTE. So far the shoot only of the sporophyte has been the subject of discussion : it remains to consider the ..."
2. Fresh-water Biology by Henry Baldwin Ward, George Chandler Whipple (1918)
"CHAPTER XV FREE-LIVING NEMATODES Bv NA COBB US Department of A ... Even the free-living soil and water nematodes have become adapted to an astounding ..."
3. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1908)
"Sexual Phenomena in the Free-living Nematodes. (Preliminary note. ... Free-living nematodes, of the two genera mentioned before, exist wherever sufficient ..."
4. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENVIRONMENT AND THE DEVELOPMENT AND MIGRATION OF THE FREE-LIVING STAGES OF HAEMONCHUS CONTORTUS By JH ROSE Ministry of Agriculture, ..."
5. A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English by J(ohn) Payne Collier (1866)
"... St. John's College, Cambridge, and we never hear of him but in his capacity of an author, and as the companion of the free-living young men of his day. ..."
6. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel (1905)
"FREE-LIVING ROOTS. Less known, however, is the occurrence of free-living roots, that is to say of roots which do not spring from a shoot. ..."
7. Proceedings by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1883)
"A third way of explaining the affinities shown by certain parasitic genera to the free-living forms, is to be found in the similarity of conditions of life; ..."