Pliny relates in his panegyric, that he had caused five thousand free-born children to be sought out and educated.
For there they bear higher sway than the free-born, nay, higher than the nobles.
To taunt a free-born man, as p. 95David was, with having been a slave and a runaway.
I have fourteen free-born souls, I tell you, under my single roof, and how are we to live?
I do my best, Sir; But men of free-born minds sometimes will flie out.Anc.
Why, bless your soul, do you not see he has only slaves and I have free-born souls to feed?
Come, let us fly;—lo, to the free-born mind The world's wide compass is a fatherland!
But he reflected that he was a free-born Briton and had his rights.
Under the best Greek conditions, it was only the free-born citizen, residing in his native city state, who voted.
Who made this portentous "decency" to be the rule of free-born life?