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feel free

To not hestitate (to do something); to consider oneself welcome (to do something). The phrase is used to indicate that something is completely permissible or encouraged. Feel free to come over whenever you want—I'll be home all day. Feel free to contact me at this number.
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feel free (to do something)

to feel like one is permitted to do something or take something. Please feel free to stay for dinner. If you see something you want in the refrigerator, please feel free.
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feel free

Be uninhibited about doing or saying something. For example, Feel free to borrow the car whenever you need it, or You want to state the case? Feel free. For a synonym, see be my guest.
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feel ˈfree (to do something)

(informal) (used to give somebody permission to do something) you may do as you want; nobody will object if you do something: ‘May I borrow your bike?’ ‘Feel free!’Feel free to come and go as you like.
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70sec (-10) was, however, only moderate, meriting a rating of 66 and Feel Free will have to improve considerably if he is to remain competitive in more conventional Category One events.
A Puppy Derby semi-finalist at Wimbledon in August, Feel Free was then sidelined by injury for two months, resuming in the Produce Stakes and notching up his third open win in the pounds 15,000 final.
An easy to bet 14-1chance, Feel Free went to traps the rank outsider of the field but belied those odds with a gutsy performance.
It is as if many therapists were cowed into silence for a period of time, but with the conservative shift in society they now feel free to vent their spleen and rigid views of sexuality.