freedom fighter freedom fighter


  • (n) a person who takes part in an armed rebellion against the constituted authority (especially in the hope of improving conditions)



  1. The war between the church and Communism had long since softened into an edgy coexistence, and the fierce old freedom fighter had become less a hero than an embarrassment.
  2. John McCain, freedom fighter, has always seen the nobility even maybe especially in a losing battle, which takes the most courage to fight.
  3. V was a freedom fighter, no question, but Moore never let you forget that he was also a terrorist, and as such he was both hero and villain.


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