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noun as in freedom from a responsibility

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Newsom has, however, wasted little time signing into law an update to AB 5 that removes a cap on freelance journalism and carves out further exemptions for youth sports coaches, music industry professionals and others.

SeaWorld, in the late ’90s, persuaded voters to allow it to build roller coasters but there has not been an exemption since then.

A new state law has since been passed that exposes doctors who write significant numbers of exemptions to increased scrutiny.

Nonetheless, she wrote the child a permanent exemption for all vaccines.

While South Koreans have cheered BTS’s success, military service exemptions are controversial in a country where issues of inequality and privilege dominate the political debate.

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Veterinarians may continue prescribing the old-fashioned way, without exemption, as can prescriptions to be filled out of state.

Six months after we spoke, more than two-dozen have successfully qualified, and won the same exemption.

But the exemption was also born of prejudice and discrimination.

Washington also had one of the largest exemption rates last year, at 4.7 percent, according to the CDC report.

The median total exemption rate was 1.8 percent this year, the same as in 2012-2013.

But more particularly the exemption from sickness; which is a 183 very evident miracle.

The Commissioners strongly recommended the exemption of the putative father from any legal obligation to reimburse the parish.

A payment of £60 frees them from service during peace; but if the country is at war there is no exemption.

It was quite possible for ungildated tradesmen to purchase temporary or partial exemption from the local restrictions.

They have gained that exemption from military service which Kurds and Christians earnestly desire.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exemption, such as: discharge, dispensation, exception, immunity, privilege, and absolution.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.