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- adj. Freed, especially from traditional ideas in social and sexual matters.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of liberate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. released from chemical combination, or as a consequence of chemical reaction; -- of a gas.
- adj. freed from bondage; -- of people.
- adj. free from traditional social restraints.
- adj. stolen.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of a gas e.g.) released from chemical combination
- adj. free from traditional social restraints
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I use the term liberated because this was the feeling of the vast majority of Italians, who considered that the Allies 'arrival marked the end of Nazi and fascist brutality, of civil war, and of the air raids.
The decree issued Saturday by Somali President Sheik Sharif Sheikh Ahmed says clan militias are banned from what he called the "liberated" areas of Mogadishu.
Or would that make me a crazy liberal because I want to be liberated from the fear that a LEO is going to try to beat a confession out of me?
• Serena Stamler was liberated from the Mauthausen concentration camp in Germany in 1945 by an American battalion consisting primarily of black soldiers.
Americans have seen themselves as a "city upon a hill," a nation liberated from the old world and its history.
With government forces getting closer to Benghazi and suspicion about pro-Gadhafi elements working within their midst, the people in what is being referred to as "liberated Libya" say the support given by the Arab League is very welcome.
I assume that the main reason is that black women are much less likely to have husbands who can partially or fully support them, and tend to gravitate towards high-paying jobs, whereas white women, liberated from the need to support themselves and their children singlehandedly, tend to gravitate towards "rewarding" but low-paying jobs.
He holds on to a deep faith in the ability of the simplest people to generate solutions to their problems if they are liberated from the oppressive effects of war and corruption.
I think the tens of millions of Iraqis liberated from a psychotic dictator might question your definition of “meaningless”.
Mr. Asprey wrote: But these cloud compute providers, liberated from the shackles [...]
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