Definition of free service
old English law
: one of such feudal services as were not unbecoming the character of a soldier or a freeman to perform (as to serve under his lord in war) —usually used in plural
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Origin and Etymology of free service
Middle English fre service (translation of Medieval Latin liberum servitium), from fre free + service, servise service
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