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He just made the gallant, grand decision to free up his day to spend more time with Jennifer Aniston.

He began hiring civilians to free up cops on administrative assignments.

The British ministry of defence argues that the service needs to be privatized to free up personnel for front line duties.

It would take an act of Congress to free up that money, but President Obama would not be required to make a formal request.

Temporarily reducing the capital-gains tax rate would also free up cash for hiring and investment.

Then, as the time was free up to nine oclock, the brothers went on deck to enjoy the air, for the day had been hot.

In the North the press was free up to the point of open treason.

Angus had kept fancy-free up to that time, being willing enough but thoroughly cautious.


On this page you'll find 155 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free up, such as: approve, authorize, favor, oblige, pass, and recognize.

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