free-range

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free-range (not comparable)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or produced by animals that are allowed to roam freely, rather than being confined indoors.
    Sorry, we've been short of free-range chicken since demand rose.
  2. (figuratively) Allowed to move about outdoors without supervision.
    • 2015, Jennifer Miskec & ‎Annette Wannamaker, The Early Reader in Children’s Literature and Culture, →ISBN:
      While I have not found corroboration for King's claim, Ivy and Bean series author Annie Barrows has acknowledged that there is a delicate balancing act involved in representing free-range children today


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