unfreely

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Etymology[edit]

unfree +‎ -ly

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unfreely (comparative more unfreely, superlative most unfreely)

  1. In a way that is not free; with interference or restriction.
    • 2014 May 2, Shoemaker, Michael, “Hero or Traitor? The Ethics of Snowden’s Surveillance Leak”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1], Cedars:
      Snowden said, "If living unfreely, but comfortably, is something you’re willing to accept you can get up every day, you can go to work, you can collect your paycheck."[1]

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