Definition of Freebooted

1. freeboot [v] - See also: freeboot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freebooted

freebaser
freebasers
freebases
freebasing
freebee
freebees
freebie
freebies
freebirther
freebirthers
freebirthing
freeboard
freeboard deck
freeboards
freeboot
freebooted (current term)
freebooter
freebooters
freebootery
freebooting
freeboots
freebooty
freeborn
freecycled
freecycles
freecycling
freed
freedite
freediver
freedivers

Literary usage of Freebooted

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1896)
"Our best blood comes from sires who were sea rovers. This gave us our non-seasick Crusaders, and also those founders of our empire who freebooted and ..."

2. History of the Norman Kings of England: From a New Collation of the by Thomas Cobbe (1869)
"When the conquerors had freebooted thoroughly, they settled. Having broken through all prescripts, they joined with their victims to organise a state that, ..."

3. The Rose Dawn by Stewart Edward White (1920)
"They went out in society, every one of them, and freebooted it terrifyingly. It was easier to consider them quaint than to try to account for them: so ..."

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