And yet the Christian is not an antinomian; he is not a sort of free lance, sworn to no obedience.
He was a free lance and no other career stood in sight or mind.
He became a free lance and while sometimes he ran amuck his cause was always the cause of his people.
The besetting temptation of the free lance is to pamper himself.
Gwen was not taking a part, so she was rather a free lance in that respect, and her advice was likely to be disinterested.
A free lance, with only her love for her child to hallow and redeem her.
This Mr. Courtier was a free lance—rather a well-known man, an interesting creature.
There is no place in congressional jousts for the free lance.
"Just let me run this thing over," said the free lance slowly.
I'm what they call a free lance, for I have no regular desk on any of the journals.
1902, from freelance (n.). Related: Freelancer (1898); freelanced; freelancing.