Of the Torch, of his subsequent renting of a studio, and free-lance life.
Me, I'm just a free-lance photographer trying to make an honest buck.
Eemerk had volunteered to go, not as second in command, but as an independent member of the party—a sort of free-lance.
For some years past he has resided in New York, working as a "free-lance."
Hardship and danger aren't pleasant things, and after a time the romance of the free-lance's life wears off.
The very phrase 'free-lance' appealed to my sense of the romantic.
The largest field for the free-lance photographer I have left until last; that is, the magazines.
She, for her part, must forgo the liberty of the free-lance.
He played the free-lance, sending his "copy" wherever he chose.
A little more and I would be willing to become a free-lance of the mountains!
1902, from freelance (n.). Related: Freelancer (1898); freelanced; freelancing.