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independent
Definition:
free from external control and constraint; " an independent mind"; " a series of independent judgments"; " fiercely independent individualism"; " an independent republic"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
independent.
carefree
fancy-free.
exclusive
aristocratic, chic, choice, chosen, circumscribed, clannish, classy, cliquish, closed, complete, confined, country club, discriminative, elegant, entire, fashionable, full, licensed, limited, narrow, only, particular, peculiar, posh, preferential, private, privileged, prohibitive, restrictive, ritzy, segregated, select, selfish, single, snobbish, sole, swank, total, undivided, unique, upper crust, whole, Exclusionary, Exclusory, socially correct.
external
alien, apparent, exterior, extraneous, foreign, out, outer, outermost, outmost, outward, over, peripheral, superficial, surface, visible.
fancy-free
without ties, without commitments.
free
able, at liberty, autonomic, casual, clear, democratic, easy, emancipated, enfranchised, escaped, fancy-free, footloose, forward, frank, freed, individualistic, informal, lax, liberal, liberated, loose, off the hook, on the loose, open, permitted, relaxed, unattached, uncommitted, unconfined, unengaged, unfettered, unhampered, unimpeded, unobstructed, unregulated, unrestricted, untrammeled, Allowed, Disengaged, Familiar, freest, Unenslaved, at large, free-spirited, free-wheeling, self-directing, sui juris, free, freewheeling, on one's own, unregimented, self-ruling, free spirited, on own.
heterogeneous
amalgamate, composite, confused, conglomerate, contrary, different, discordant, discrepant, disparate, dissimilar, divergent, diverse, diversified, incongruous, inharmonious, jumbled, mixed, mongrel, mosaic, motley, multifarious, multiplex, odd, opposed, unlike, unrelated, variant, varied, variegated, Mingled, Contrasted.
independent
absolute, autarchic, autarchical, autonomous, freewheeling, individualistic, nonaligned, nonpartisan, on one's own, self-contained, self-governing, self-reliant, self-sufficient, self-supporting, separate, separated, sovereign, unaided, unconnected, unconstrained, uncontrolled, Self-determining, Unallied, unregimented, self-ruling.
nonconforming
noncompliant, radical, unorthodox, marching to the beat of a different drummer, nonadhering, one's own sweet way, non-compliant.
nonobservant
nonconforming.
nonpartisan
detached, equitable, fair, indifferent, just, middle-of-the-road, neutral, nonpartisan, objective, unaffected, unaffiliated, unbiased, unbigoted, uncolored, uninfluenced, uninvolved, unprejudiced, nondiscriminatory, Unimplicated, non-discriminatory, on-the-fence, playing it cool, non-aligned, non-partisan.
open
uncontrolled.
opposite
adverse, antagonistic, antipodal, antipodean, antithetical, contradictory, corresponding, counter, crosswise, diametric, differing, facing, hostile, inconsistent, inimical, inverse, irreconcilable, obverse, paradoxical, polar, repugnant, retrograde, reverse, reversed, unalike, violative, Fronting, contrapositive, diametrically opposed, flip-side, most opposite, unsimilar, ornery*, vis-á-vis, flipside.
private
non-public, nonpublic, not open, behind the scenes, close to one's chest.
self-sufficient
self-supported, self-sufficing, self-sustained, self-sustaining, Self-dependent, doing one's own thing, out for number one.
separate
alienated, autonomous, detached, disconnected, disjoint, dissociated, distinct, fragmentary, individual, separate, severed, unaffiliated, unrelated, Disintegrated, Sundered, disaffiliated, disassembled, unglued, unconnected, set apart, cut in two, cut apart, far between, in halves, put asunder, set asunder.
single-handed
solo, unaided, by oneself.
strong
iron-willed, take charge, hardnosed.
unassisted
single-handed.
uncontrolled
unsuppressed.
wealthy
of independent means, Pecunious, having it made.
willing
voluntary.
adverb
single-handed
unassisted.
adverb
apart
afar, alone, aloof, aside, away, disconnected, distant, distinct, divorced, exclusively, freely, independent, independently, individually, isolated, lone wolf, separately, singly, special, Disassociated, Excluded, to one side, by itself, to itself, cut off*.
single-handed
left in the lurch.
noun
free agent
rugged individualist, freelances.
independent
absolute, autarkic, autarkical, autonomous, breakaway, case-by-case, commutative, freelance, indie, individual, item-by-item, main, mugwump, nonparasitic, nonpartisan, nonpartizan, nonsymbiotic, on her own, on his own, on one's own, on their own, on your own, self-directed, self-employed person, self-governing, self-reliant, self-sufficient, self-sufficing, self-supporting, self-sustaining, separatist, single-handed, sovereign, strong-minded, unaffiliated, unconditional, free living.
lone wolf
lone hand, odd man out, pariah, rogue elephant, solitaries.
neutral
fair, objective.
revolutionist
revolutionist.
self-reliant
confident, individualistic, unconventional.
Examples of usage:
  1. It then becomes difficult, and almost impossible, for a private man to remain altogether free and independent. – The History of England, Volume I by David Hume
  2. Every one is independent, and one is expected to be independent too. – At Large by Arthur Christopher Benson
  3. But there was no independent life, for the city was wholly official in its purposes and its existence. – Daniel Webster by Henry Cabot Lodge
  4. I felt as if I had for him no independent existence. – Romance by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  5. The physical order is an independent order, as we have seen. – An Introduction to Philosophy by George Stuart Fullerton

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