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Sentence count:52+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-07Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: compelrestrainrestrictSimilar words: deliberatelyliberalberateoperatecooperatemoderatedesperategenerateMeaning: ['lɪbəreɪt]  v. 1. give equal rights to; of women and minorities 2. grant freedom to; free from confinement 3. grant freedom to. 
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1. They did their best to liberate slaves.
2. They planned to march on and liberate the city.
3. They said they sent troops in to liberate the people/the country from a dictator.
4. This will liberate him from economic worry.
5. You should liberate the mind from prejudice.
6. The government is devising a plan to liberate prisoners held in detention camps.
7. She wants to liberate women from their biological slavery.
8. These women testify to liberate their suffering.
9. For the call to liberate the poor, it may well be said(, is to be read directly out of scripture.
10. She wants to depopulate the earth and liberate the plants.
11. Relative invisibility and freedom from direct supervision liberate field staff from some of the constraints found in other occupations.
12. Every time we liberate a woman, we liberate a man. Margaret Mead 
13. Negativland is out to liberate mass culture from the hands of commerce.
14. But the musical is a vehicle to liberate all the pent-up frustrations of Billy's fantasia.
15. Tamir, one of several sons of the exiled ruler, vowed he would liberate his country from the tyrant.
16. The smallest ilmenite grains, which have the highest concentration of hydrogen, are the hardest to liberate from other minerals.
17. They could simply bounce off one another but this does not liberate any energy.
18. Women participate in the national liberation struggle and have never considered they should be struggling to liberate themselves from men.
19. Ronald Reagan often argued that by cutting public sector spending, we could liberate voluntary efforts from the oppressive arm of government.
20. Are they coming to mow the lawn or to liberate the hostages with rakes, clippers and blowers?
21. Never under-estimate the power of the mind-body, which can either trap or liberate the spiritual aspect of self.
22. I am not a liberator. Liberators do not exist. The people liberate themselves. Che Guevara 
23. Their speeches provided emotional satisfaction but their actions failed to liberate a single slave.
24. The McCarthyites, however, had no very clear idea on how to liberate the enslaved peoples either.
25. Instead, Fujimori has offered to provide safe passage out of the country for rebels if they liberate all the captives.
26. They marched along the railway telling villagers they had come to liberate them.
27. The Vicosinos were of like mind and thus Supported the project to purchase the land and liberate these families from serfdom.
28. Occasionally Cooley exhibits a multi-dimensional scheme that promises to liberate the imagination for the many sides of collective life.
29. Nor do examinations in arts subjects help, for these press assignments into preordained formulae rather than liberate innate ideas.
30. Swear words work best when used sparingly; more frequent deployment does not liberate, it devalues a wonderful means of expression.
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