rent-free

[rent-free]
adverb
1.
without payment of rent: We lived rent-free for six months.
adjective
2.
not subject to rent: a rent-free apartment.

Origin:
1625–35

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rent-free
 
adj, —adv
without payment of rent

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Example sentences
He is alleged subsequently to have provided her with a rent-free flat and perhaps cash, too.
Hydro bikes, canoes, kayaks and paddle boats are available rent-free with your cabin.
Thousands of beetles may then move inside to spend the winter rent-free.
Ya gotta point out she could have saved enough money to buy a car if she'd lived in the rent-free house the taxpayers provided.
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