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
Also, join the free Pizza Dough Rewards club to keep the freebies and deals coming.
In smaller communities such as Enid in rural northwest Oklahoma, the chamber of commerce is soliciting fitness centers and restaurants to offer discounts and freebies.
Harris lined up for the freebie and rocketed a shot past Dakota's Stephen Small.
Look out for more freebies on the horizon this summer.
Preceding the race at each stage, the 45-minute parade -- winding through all of the Tours 3,540 kilometers -- provides those standing roadside with entertainment and freebies.
Starbucks is offering a freebie from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday in the form of its new Teavana Shaken Iced Tea Infusions, which are made from tea, fruit, botanical blends and a little liquid cane sugar.
This year's deal is similar to last year's, when Apple offered freebies on Beats headphones.
Stellaris, Hearts of Iron IV, and more are on the freebie list, so if you were affected (or potentially affected) be sure to check out the forum thread here for more details.
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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
FREEBIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of freebie for English Language Learners
: something that is given for free
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