- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of liberate.
“I speak for many when I say that your willingness to expose your private pain liberates and transforms.”
“Reader note: Also included in the lists of NASASpeak: ¬ † "Foam 'liberates' from the ET.”
“Let me ask those who defend the burka on the grounds it "liberates" women from sexual pressures: If it led to more respect for women, why do those who wear it live in societies where they are among the worst treated in the world?”
“Reader note: Also included in the lists of NASASpeak:¬†"Foam 'liberates' from the ET.”
“He adds that Ahmad Chalabi--no, his cousin, Manousher Chalabi--will be ready to take over once US "liberates" Iran.”
“Plus, this cover "liberates" one of my favorite Marvel story titles ever: "The Dismal Dregs of Defeat!”
“His detractors, on the other hand, like to point out that he also "liberates" his followers from a great deal of money -- tens of millions of yen -- by encouraging them to buy dubious goods, such as rings, stones, and 18-karat chinaware, that ostensibly showers them with Kojima's vibratory energy and promotes healing.”
“When the U.S. "liberates" a country from tyranny and then proceeds to interfere in its democratic elections, doesn't that insult the immense sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform?”
“He is a professional thief that robs from the corporations, or as he puts it, "liberates" what he takes.”
“Walk on over to the other side, Congo Square, and meet the deeper unconscious impression of vibrant rhythm with its invitation to spiritual possession that paradoxically liberates ecstatic forms of soulful expression.”
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