Free and Opened


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Free adjective – Not being under the rule or control of another.
Opened and free are semantically related In some cases you can use "Opened" instead an adjective "Free".
Nearby Words: freely, freed
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Opened adjective – Not sealed or having been unsealed.
Free and opened are semantically related in unlocked topic. You can use "Free" instead an adjective "Opened".
Nearby Words: open, opening, opener
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  • Useful Notes / Electronic Entertainment Expo They also opened up the entire first level of Doom to play for free, for everyone, for the week of E3.
  • Bank Toaster A man who just opened a bank account asking for his money back so he can buy bread for his free toaster.◊
    Source: Bank Toaster
  • Series / Shake It Up Gunther and Tinka, on the other hand, had over-the-top amounts of free time opened up by no longer coming up with over-the-top outfits on a daily basis.
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