emancipation

[ ih-man-suh-pey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF emancipation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMANCIPATION

Do you find them in the emancipation of the South American Republics?

Some discontent was caused by the emancipation of the serfs.

Emancipation--Ruin--Golden Rule, in your meaning, carried out.

Portugal, Spain, and Russia, are moving in the work of emancipation.

God has a great deal to do before he is ready for emancipation.

Not "Free from man" is the watch-cry of women's emancipation that surely is to be, but "Free with man."

The enemy, if enemy there is, of woman's emancipation, is woman herself.

Huxley, who was in favour of the emancipation of women, seems to have held this opinion.

The first moments of emancipation were delightful to the senses.

The idea of women's emancipation was alive among their principles.

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