Examples of freebie in a Sentence
On the store's opening day, the manager gave out hats, small toys, and other freebies.
I got this CD as a freebie for buying a receiver.
Recent Examples of freebie from the Web
One of those freebies is Opening Day, March 29 against the Houston Astros.
Although Francis offered bribes and freebies to hundreds of Navy personnel assigned to other U.S. warships, bases and embassies in Asia starting in the early 1990s, the Blue Ridge was his primary target.
At the time the move felt divisive, as the freebie version appeared to be the litmus test to see if a Canadian teen drama star could transform into a global rap sensation.
New and returning attendees of the Bexar County Rodèo Breakfast were surprised but pleased to see this year’s amenities, including a larger stage with live music, door prizes and more than 20 community sponsors presenting information and freebies.
Ings then converted a pair of freebies, and Funk’s three-point heave from way up top was wide of the mark.
There are also tons of freebies and deals up for grabs, so plan accordingly.
Perhaps most importantly, avoid the common trap of thinking of juice as a zero-calorie freebie, Kahan says.
Buy a gift card, get a freebie at these restaurants Protect your card: Some gift cards can be registered as credit cards on websites listed on the card, which can protect them against theft or loss.
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Origin and Etymology of freebie
First Known Use: 1925See Words from the same year
Synonymsbestowal, comp, donation, donative, fairing [British], gift (or freebee), giveaway, handsel, lagniappe, largesse (also largess), present, presentation
Related Wordsalms, benefaction, beneficence, benevolence, charity, contribution, dole, handout, oblation, offering, philanthropy, tithe; box [British], care package, foy [chiefly Scottish]; grant, subsidy; remembrance, tribute, valentine; bonus, boon, windfall; courtesy, favor, generosity, sacrifice; gratuity, propine [Scottish], tip; award, prize, reward; dowry; bequest, legacy
Near Antonymsadvance, loan; bribe, douceur, peace offering, sop
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