emancipate

[ ih-man-suh-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emancipate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMANCIPATE

There was a Spartan law forbidding masters to emancipate their slaves.

He could not emancipate himself sufficiently from the tumult of his own sympathies.

It neither made him to be humane to his slaves, nor to emancipate them.

And my family have been voting for two centuries to emancipate this fellow!

The disposition to emancipate them is strongest in Virginia.

To emancipate a slave is to take him out of the hands of his master.

He is referring to his promise to emancipate Tiro on a particular day.

He had seen Tennessee, Missouri, and Maryland emancipate their slaves.

It is to emancipate itself from all laws, and to play its part freely.

Yes, emancipate them from the chains of ignorance, he calls it.

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