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slang Something that one receives without having to pay for it. This cute little makeup bag was a freebie when I bought that perfume.
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and freebee and freeby (ˈfribi)
n. something given away free. They gave me a freebie with my purchase.


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It's not a freebie, but it's always a good deal when you can help out others.
One delegate said: "This is normally a freebie fest, with bottles of whisky, toiletries and chocolates being handed out by the exhibitors.
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But Robert Ward, managing director of holiday firm Harlequin Worldwide, told us what we could do with our request for a freebie holiday.
Personally, I think PR directors are foolish to send me these things, since I tend to call their products "incredibly stupid." I am certainly one to look a freebie in the mouth.
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