free-range


free–range

adjective \ˈfrē-ˌrānj\

: allowed to move around freely : not kept in cages; also : coming from free-range animals

Full Definition of FREE-RANGE

:  allowed to range and forage with relative freedom <free–range chickens>; also :  of, relating to, or produced by free-range animals <free–range eggs>

First Known Use of FREE-RANGE

1960

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