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free atmosphere

noun
1.
the part of the atmosphere that lies above the frictional influence of the earth's surface.
Also called free air.
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  • Do they insist on a free atmosphere, too, that is, on freedom for the head or brain as well as the feet?

  • So this was the free atmosphere, the grander Judaism he had yearned for.

  • And that painful constriction of the lungs will pass away too, when you become accustomed to the free atmosphere of the sea.

    The Sea Jules Michelet
  • Space, a free atmosphere, and cleanliness have a vast deal to do with the possibilities of human virtue.

    Our Old Home, Vol. 2 Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Besides, he had not the conscience to seek him, and he had not been able to meet the Bishop in the free atmosphere as before.

    The Homesteader Oscar Micheaux
  • All seemed happy in the free atmosphere, and Luba was blooming into beautiful womanhood.

    Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist Alexander Berkman
  • Was it possible for a fellowship, established in the free atmosphere of the mountains, to live in the lower altitude of Fairlands?

    The Eyes of the World Harold Bell Wright

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