Definition of Freeborn

1. Adjective. Born free of free parents.

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Definition of Freeborn

1. a. Born free; not born in vassalage; inheriting freedom.

Definition of Freeborn

1. Adjective. Born free rather than in bondage or as a slave ¹

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Definition of Freeborn

1. born free [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Freeborn

freebies
freebirther
freebirthers
freebirthing
freeboard
freeboard deck
freeboards
freeboot
freebooted
freebooter
freebooters
freebootery
freebooting
freeboots
freebooty
freeborn (current term)
freecycled
freecycles
freecycling
freed
freedite
freediver
freedivers
freediving
freedle index
freedman
freedmen
freedom
freedom fighter
freedom fighters

Literary usage of Freeborn

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1. The Visigothic Code: (Forum Judicum) by Visigoths, Samuel Parsons Scott (1910)
"Where a freeborn Woman Causes another freeborn Woman to Abort. IV. Where a freeborn Man ... V. Where a Slave Produces Abortion upon a freeborn Woman. VI. ..."

2. Minnesota Geographic Names: Their Origin and Historic Significance by Warren Upham (1920)
"New- son, in his "Pen Pictures of St. Paul" (1884), wrote of freeborn as follows: "He was a man of progressive and speculative ideas, energetic, ..."

3. The Story of the North Star State by Daniel Everett Willard (1922)
"The geological factors that have been active in freeborn County are those that have shaped the character of the landscape over a large part of the State as ..."

4. Reports of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals of the State of New York by Austin Abbott, New York (State). Court of Appeals (1883)
"Eliza CL freeborn (formerly Eliza C. Outwater) and Sarah A. Vedder (formerly ... Sarah Augusta Outwater, each the equal one-half part thereof; freeborn ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Late Supreme Court of the by T. M. Lalor, New York (State). Supreme Court (1833)
"... within ten days from this time ; and put in further answers within twenty days: freeborn. otherwise they were to stand committed. In the mean time, ..."

6. A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances by Charles Wareing Endell Bardsley (1901)
"The present general form freeborn is imitative of the dictionary word free-born. ... In the United States, however, freeborn has become a familiar font-name ..."

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