1 I've something to say to you, and I must free my mind at once.
2 But finding them free and easy, she was so herself, and made a good impression.
3 There are some pleasant people in the house if you feel sociable, and your evenings are always free.
4 Act third was the castle hall, and here Hagar appeared, having come to free the lovers and finish Hugo.
5 I don't intend to gad about with you, but leave you free to go where you like, while I amuse myself in my own way.
6 Now, in the first flush of the new life, she had often said, "My husband shall always feel free to bring a friend home whenever he likes."
7 In order that we may start afresh and go to Meg's wedding with free minds, it will be well to begin with a little gossip about the Marches.
8 "Now let's fly round, and do double duty today, so that we can play tomorrow with free minds," said Jo, preparing to replace her pen with a broom.
9 The knight in whom I'm interested went back to find the pretty face, and learned that the princesses had spun themselves free and all gone and married, but one.
10 I should like to know that John was firmly established in some good business, which gave him an income large enough to keep free from debt and make Meg comfortable.
11 The knight wished intensely that he could free them, but he was poor and could only go by each day, watching for the sweet face and longing to see it out in the sunshine.
12 She knew where it was, was free to take what she liked, and all he asked was that she should keep account of every penny, pay bills once a month, and remember that she was a poor man's wife.
13 Jo understood why Laurie 'primmed up his mouth' when speaking of Kate, for that young lady had a standoff-don't-touch-me air, which contrasted strongly with the free and easy demeanor of the other girls.