The programs and tickets were designed by a local firm, gratis.
Now and then a still more positive character baits the hook with the offer of gratis services.
But I understood from the plate that the consultations were gratis.
Towards the close of the century, the upper gallery of Drury Lane was opened to footmen, gratis.
Why buy your own experience dear, when you can get it gratis, for nothing already?
Nay, in our own good house, and there must we lodge and feed him gratis.
If any man in this country has a throat too much—command me, and I'll cut it—gratis.
His right wing holds the Homolka Hill,—that too would now be valuable to Browne; and cannot be had gratis, as yesternight!
Sometimes the ticket must be worked for, and sometimes it is gratis.
Then we hear of other clubs—the gratis and the Rationals, of which Jerrold was a member.
mid-15c., "for nothing, freely," from Latin gratis, contraction of gratiis "for thanks," hence, "without recompense," ablative of gratiae "thanks," plural of gratia "favor" (see grace). Meaning "free of charge" is 1540s.