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  • v. to make (space) available


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  • You’ll free up a man’s hands for scrubcutting, Meggie, if you’ll ride the inside paddocks the way you used to.”

    The Thorn Birds

  • The Reagans in particular, familiar to her for decades before the presidency with their studio-trained simulation of a California heritage, seem to free up a buoyant wit.

    The Unclosed Circle

  • He is all for urging European members of O.E.CD. to take steps to free up their economies, etc., so as to catch up with our economic recovery.

    An American Life

  • Her first cargo ashore was a detachment of the New South Wales Corps, specially commissioned in London to police the great experiment and free up the marines to go home, though any marine on finishing his three-year term was at liberty to join the New South Wales Corps rather than go home.

    Morgan’s Run


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