Verb(1) give equal rights to; of women and minorities(2) grant freedom to; free from confinement(3) grant freedom to(4) release (gas or energy
(1) There was an unspoken message - the country that twice helped liberate Europe is counting on its allies now.(2) That means we must wait at least nine days before arriving back to liberate the city just after it has fallen into enemy hands.(3) ways of working politically that liberate women(4) Assuming the role of Joan, you go about killing hordes of enemies in order to liberate France.(5) the use of computers can liberate students from the constraints of disabilities(6) Years ago the Tuskegee airmen helped liberate Europe in World War II.(7) The compound lithium hydride, LiH, is a polar covalent solid that reacts with water to liberate hydrogen gas and form basic solutions of the metal hydroxide.(8) In the end, unlike in Naples, Milan, Turin, Venice, Genoa and other cities, the Resistance did not liberate the capital city.(9) Although glucose and oxygen react spontaneously to liberate energy, they do so exceedingly slowly at room temperature outside of a cell.(10) They fought on foreign shores, flew through enemy skies and risked their lives to liberate the world.(11) Only the truth will liberate us and in so doing heal the wounds.(12) You came to liberate us from an unjust leader who killed and tortured us.(13) We will be covering all the main events, plus the special commemorations involving the Yorkshire soldiers who fought in the Normandy landings and the battle to liberate Europe.(14) While his tactics of double-play may not liberate him from the effects of the paralyzing obsessions of others, it might release him from the possibility of his own and those of his audience.(15) They have the freedom to imprison themselves within a state of mind, and the freedom to liberate themselves from it.(16) He is willing to reverse the laws of cause and effect in order to liberate us from ourselves.
1. set free ::
2. steal ::
3. emancipate ::
4. free ::
5. unloose ::
1. bind ::
2. confine ::
3. enchain ::
4. fetter ::
5. restrain ::
Different Formsliberate, liberated, liberates, liberating
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