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Definition of Unfree

Unfree
Unfree Un*free", a. Not free; held in bondage. There had always been a slave class, a class of the unfree, among the English as among all German peoples. --J. R. Green

Meaning of Unfree from wikipedia

- Forced labour, or unfree labour, is any work relation, especially in modern or early modern history, in which people are emplo**** against their will with...
- 9) ██ Moderately Free (65–69.9) ██ Moderately Unfree (60–64.9) ██ Mostly Unfree (55–59.9) ██ Mostly Unfree (50–54.9) ██ Repressed (0–49.9)  Andorra  Antigua...
- Declaration of Human Rights. Countries are ****essed as free, partly free, or unfree. Freedom of the Press is a report published each year since 1980 by Freedom...
- and regions are ****essed as free, mostly free, moderately free, mostly unfree, and repressed. Economic Freedom of the World: 2017 Annual Report Heritage...
- "Ireland unfree shall never be at peace" were the climactic closing words of the graveside oration of Patrick Pe**** at the funeral of Jeremiah O'Donovan...
- brought into the Reich 6.5 million civilians in addition to Soviet POWs for unfree labour in factories. Returning them home was a high priority for the Allies...
- German translations, Ministeriale(n) and Dienstmann, came to describe those unfree nobles who made up a large majority of what could be described as the German...
- unfree peasant of tsarist Russia, is the usual English-language translation of krepostnoy krest'yanin (крепостной крестьянин) which meant an unfree person...
- Slavery continued in the Danish West Indies until July, 1848, when all unfree people in Danish lands were eman****ted. During the Viking Age, thralls...
- can or cannot exist within a state of liberty: one can be liberated yet unfree, or free yet enslaved (Orlando Patterson has argued in Freedom: Freedom...