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independent

adjective autarkic, autonomous, disconnected, dissociated, free, freelance, liber, masterless, neutral, nonpartisan, self-governing, self-reliant, self-subsistent, self-supporting, solutus, unaffiliated, unallied, unassociated, unattached, unbridled, unchecked, uncommitted, unconnected, unconquered, uncontrolled, uncurbed, unencumbered, unenthralled, unfettered, unhindered, unreined, unshackled, unsubjected, unvanquished
Associated concepts: independent advice, independent agreement, independent cause, independent contractor, innependent covenant, independent duty, independent neggigence, independent tortfeasor, independently established
Foreign phrases: Illud quod alteri unitur extinguitur neque amplius per se vacare licet.That which is united to annther is extinguished, nor can it be independent.
See also: absolute, alien, apart, disparate, eccentric, foreign, free, impartial, impertinent, individual, irrelative, irrelevant, neutral, nonconforming, nonpartisan, open-minded, peremptory, separate, several, spontaneous, substantive, unbiased, unilateral, unprejudiced, unrelated, unrestrained, unrestricted
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