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Word: gratis

Definition: free; without charge; ADJ.


Sentences Containing 'gratis'

Either the diplomatist must give his lessons gratis, and I will tolerate him, or he must never set his foot again in my house; do you understand, madame?''
It is something thrown in, gratis, for good measure.
The Fama Fraternitatis states that the Brothers of the Fraternity are to profess no other thing than "to cure the sick, and that gratis."
They spoke to me with great humanity, and said, “they were sure the captain would carry me _gratis_ to Lisbon, whence I might return to my own country; that two of the seamen would go back to the ship, inform the captain of what they had seen, and receive his orders; in the mean time, unless I would give my solemn oath not to fly, they would secure me by force.
Well, I know, and you know, that all along a line that's being surveyed, there's little dabs of land that they call``gores,''that fall to the surveyor free gratis for nothing.
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