Synonyms of freedom in English:

freedom


See definition of freedom

noun

1‘the prisoners made a desperate bid for freedom’

SYNONYMS
liberty, liberation, release, emancipation, deliverance, delivery, discharge, non-confinement, extrication
amnesty, pardoning
historical manumission
rare disenthralment
ANTONYMS

captivity

2‘a national revolution was the only path to freedom’

SYNONYMS
independence, self-government, self-determination, self-legislation, self rule, home rule, sovereignty, autonomy, autarky, democracy
self-sufficiency, individualism, separation, non-alignment
emancipation, enfranchisement
historical manumission
ANTONYMS

dependence

3‘they want freedom from local political accountability’

SYNONYMS
exemption, immunity, dispensation, exception, exclusion, release, relief, reprieve, absolution, exoneration
impunity
informal letting off, a let-off
rare derogation
ANTONYMS

liability

4‘the law interfered with their freedom of expression’

SYNONYMS
right to, entitlement to
privilege, prerogative, due

5‘patients have more freedom to choose who treats them’

SYNONYMS
scope, latitude, leeway, margin, flexibility, facility, space, breathing space, room, elbow room
licence, leave, free rein, a free hand
leisure
carte blanche
ANTONYMS

restriction

6‘I admire her freedom of manner’

SYNONYMS
naturalness, openness, lack of inhibition, lack of reserve, casualness, informality, lack of ceremony, spontaneity, ingenuousness

7‘he treats her with too much freedom’

SYNONYMS
impudence
familiarity, overfamiliarity, presumption, forwardness
informal cheek