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    Cool win free

    In the sentence:

    If two of us fall, the third must win free.
    In the context, three knights are about to be besieged by troops willing to kill them

    What exactly does win free mean here?

    He must get away?
    He must keep free himself?
    He must get freedom?


    Thank You

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    Re: win free

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    In the sentence:

    If two of us fall, the third must win free.
    In the context, three knights are about to be besieged by troops willing to kill them

    What exactly does win free mean here?

    He must get away?
    He must keep free himself?
    He must get freedom?


    Thank You
    He must get away.

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