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f reewee ling

  • v  live unhurriedly, irresponsibly, or freely
  • v  coast in a vehicle using the freewheel
  • s  free of restraints or rules
    freewheeling foolishness
    the versatility of his poetic freewheeling style
  • s  cheerfully irresponsible
    freewheeling urban youths

  • Inside the company, the effort was christened Mozilla, and Baker found herself bestowed with the title "chief lizard wrangler," heading a loose band of freewheeling computer .
  • Not everyone is comfortable with this freewheeling baby feeding.
  • By crisscrossing the earth with subterranean tunnels, the freewheeling mathematician proposes in the current issue of the American Journal of Physics, man could achieve .
News & Articles

  • Pond Need a Xanax in Super Trippy 'Xanman' Video
    Tame Impala offshoot Pond specialize in a gnarly sort of freewheeling psych-rock that seems ill-fit for proper studios and other hi-def niceties. The song "Xanman," for instance, is a wild and wooly barell-ride down a memory lane occupied by Marc Bolan, Roky Erickson, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant — it's freaky and raw and catchy nonetheless...
    June 18, 2013 - Spin
  • Justices Reject Patents for Genes
    Washington — The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that naturally occurring human genes may not be patented, potentially opening up commercial and scientific terrain to more freewheeling exploration.
    June 14, 2013 - Valley News
  • NSA chief: We owe the public stats on surveillance
    Officials pledge to release information in the coming week to prove agency isn't "freewheeling it"
    June 13, 2013 - CBS News

  • Ron Chernow in FOXNews
    When you think of Wall Street ...... one has an image of these very freewheeling, razzle-dazzle, buccaneering kinds of firms,Chernow said. "That style of business is now history."
  • Richard Posner in Washington Post
    Posner, writing in The New Republic last month, said of Scalia's work in Heller: "The decision ...... is evidence that the Supreme Court, in deciding constitutional cases, exercises a freewheeling discretion strongly flavored with ideology."
  • Jerry Stackhouse in International Herald Tribune
    We are playing more of a freewheeling style, to take advantage of Jason's strengths and Josh's strengths,Stackhouse said. "Then when we get into the halfcourt, the few sets, most of them go to Dirk. I've always been a guy that thrived...

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