acting independently or somewhat irresponsibly
There were the free-spirited family friends who once took Etan camping—to a nudist camp.
Their most important joint project, though, is protecting their youngest sister, free-spirited Devi.
Emily is free-spirited and independent, in contrast to the women Harry Powers made his targets.
There was even a free-spirited frock made of ropes, which flung about through her ritualistic dance.
The sisters: A rational Ingrid (Rachel Boston) and sexy, free-spirited Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum).
The free-spirited and hardy Albanian mountaineers have had excellent reputations as individual fighters.
The other, Maxim Gorki, is at his post, and his free-spirited utterances help to console us for Tolstoy's silence.
He had estranged all free-spirited men, and he had antagonized the church.
And then we loitered on the homeward way and sang as only brave, free-spirited boys and girls can sing.
Death held high carnival in that proud array which had vowed to reduce the free-spirited mountaineers to servitude.