- v. Simple past tense and past participle of free.
“I guess that rescued Captain freed from the pirates just walked on water and hopped on a U.S. Navy warship.”
“For it is experience freed from the forces that impede and confuse its development as experience; freed, that is, from factors that subordinate an experience as it is directly had to something beyond itself.”
“It means -- despite all the shots NPR took on Saturday for its bone-headed decision to forbid its employees from attending the rally -- investing in a public media system committed to local newsgathering and freed from the meddling of Washington and Wall Street.”
“And there was an interesting sociological element here: he wanted the chant to be freed from the control of a few masters and put into the hands of everyone.”
“This turned out to be a neat-and-tidy way of getting the job done that resulted in freed-up deer.”
“I think that he would have – freed from the awkwardness of sitting across the dinner table and providing his own live narration – wanted me know him, to understand him, to draw out fully, his story, and to learn from it.”
“Although I completely understand why the appellants would want to be freed from the onerous burden of legal action, I am hoping that the case proceeds for the benefit of society.”
“In fact, Constantinople was freed from the siege .”
“It is as if, as a family, they were freed from the dominant banalities about success in life.”
“I cannot wait until we are freed from the Vatican II hagiographies of the pew-warmers.”
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