Freeware fonts and typefaces are free digital software that come with a notable license. The license allows a person to use the font under specific conditions. There is a wide variety of freeware licenses to address all sorts of conditions. Many freeware designers simply stipulate how their font can be used without the license jargon, and Worthful honors those wishes.
There are versions of the Creative Commons license to cover most any requirement: share-alike, attribution required, do not redistribute, no derivatives and non-commercial, and any of those requirements can be combined with each other. But there are other license types and sometimes a designer will write his or her own license.
All fonts listed here should be free to use for commercial and personal use without a fee of any kind. I do try to avoid the "demo" fonts that have reduced character sets, or are for personal use only (these fonts are hazardous to a designer's wallet when a 'personal use only' designated font isn't deleted and gets used in a commercial project and the author sues the designer).