• emancipation; liberty; independence; exemption; release; openness; honorary citizenship; free access
• freedom is the state of being allowed to do or say what you want.
• when slaves or prisoners escape or are released, you can say that they gain their freedom.
• when someone or something has freedom of movement, they can move about without restriction.
• when there is freedom from something unpleasant, people are not affected by it.
• terrorist, guerrilla; one fighting for the cause of freedom
• freedom fighters are people who try to overthrow the government of their country, using violent methods; used showing approval.
• group fighting for independence (usually from a totalitarian regime)
freedom of action
• freedom to act independently, free hand
freedom of association
• right to form groups or organizations without interference by the government
freedom of choice
• right to choose or act freely
freedom of conscience
• freedom of the individual to act in accordance with his moral sense or scruples
freedom of contracts
• right to draw up a contract acceptable to all parties
freedom of cult
• freedom of religion, right to choose one's religion
freedom of expression
• right of expressing oneself about any subject and in any forum
freedom of information
• right to have access to information
freedom of navigation
• liberty to choose one's course ...