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- adj. Experiencing or exhibiting relief.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of relieve.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
- adj. (of pain or sorrow) made easier to bear
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Finally, mankind will be relieved from the tedious chore of downhill skiing. lansing wedding photographer
I felt as if I was relieved from a heavy weight, when the packet sailed with a fair wind from Ireland, and I had quitted for ever the country which had been to me the scene of so much misery.
As such it serves the Conservatives who feel relieved from a Left which had put them often too readily into the same camp as the Fascists and to find in this year of elections now a new argument to attack ‘Liberalism’.
Chad Durbin relieved and gave up Jason Bartlett's RBI grounder that pulled the Rays within a run.
Conklin relieved Norrena at the start of the second in the Blue Jackets '4-1 loss to Nashville on Saturday after Norrena gave up three goals on nine shots.
J Baldwin relieved D Cabrera with a two balls and zero strikes.
But Jesse Crain relieved J.C. Romero and retired all three batters he faced to end the threat.
Lefthander Tom Martin relieved Smoltz after Beltran's homer and was greeted with a blast by Cliff Floyd.
Brandon Phillips and Jhonny Peralta singled before former Indian Tom Martin relieved and allowed a single to Lawton to load the bases.
I called the relieved producer at that time and told her I could do it.