Similar words: emancipate, emancipation, anticipate, participate, participate in, principal, principally, principality. Meaning: [-tɪd] adj. 1. free from traditional social restraints 2. freed from bondage.
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1. We live in more emancipated times.
2. Catholics were emancipated in 1792.
3. That war preserved the Union and emancipated the slaves.
4. Women are still struggling to be fully emancipated.
5. Are women now fully emancipated ?
6. Lincoln insisted that the slaves should be emancipated.
7. Slaves were emancipated in 1834.
8. Slaves were not emancipated until 1863 in the United States.
9. Women have not yet been emancipated from all the inequalities of the past.
10. During the Civil War, he aided newly emancipated slaves.
11. She is an emancipated woman.
12. And the freedom of the emancipated slave was relative rather than absolute.
13. The country had been emancipated from thirteen years of middle-level Conservative rule of reasonable efficiency, modest dynamism but small-power idealism.
14. In this way his spirit is emancipated.
15. He emancipated himself from his bad habits.
16. Second, further impelled the thought emancipated.
17. Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation emancipated slaves in the Confederate states.
18. I'm sure you two emancipated females will take this in your stride.
19. The Expressionist movement revived a new and emancipated human nature, and its literary subjectivity echoes the human nature and love advocated by the Storm and Stress movement.
20. Similarly, digital automation has emancipated painter, composer and architects, by relegating repetitive task to computer and by saving their time to expand creative possibilities.
21. That's emancipated us from yeasty marmite, pesky 'u's in our 'neighbors' and from having to ask God to "save the Queen".
22. When people's minds aren't yet emancipated and their thinking remains rigid, curious phenomena emerge.
23. She was young , had bobbed hair and emancipated feet.
24. The bishop, though temporally emancipated from his wife[http://Sentencedict.com], was not yet enthralled to Mr. Slope.
25. The twenties and sixties are often regarded as the most emancipated decades.
26. The New York Times called it a temple to the spirit of emancipated womanhood.
27. The 22.8 million serfs privately owned by members of the nobility were emancipated.
28. The proportion of highly placed advisers who had nothing to lose if serfs were emancipated would accordingly diminish.
29. It was to be a shield of freedom to protect the emancipated slave against abuses from the states.
30. In her mid - thirties she enjoys what a real emancipated woman does - independence and freedom.
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