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adjective as in liberated

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In what might be considered a twist, that story wrapped up before the finale, leaving Sam and Dean free at last to live happily ever after.

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Apple and Google developed the underlying technology free, but many states still have struggled to make their own apps.

Without Thompson, the Warriors find themselves at a crossroads with free agency opening Friday.

The 28-year-old guard will be a free agent next summer, and his name has been tossed into various trade scenarios before the start of the 2020-21 season.

If you’re still holding out for something to feel normal in 2020, here comes the NBA free agency period.

She says she will have to fight in “other ways” to get her client freed.

It was his business acumen, his own unflagging zeal for the creative business solution, that had freed Sam to do this.

Kurdish forces declared victory and freed Yazidi holdouts, with help from U.S. air power.

Gross and an unnamed American intelligence agent were freed Wednesday in exchange for three Cuban spies.

He cites an interview that a freed POW, Air Force Lt. Col. William Harrison, gave to The New York Times in 1953.

She must be freed through the progress of Liberal ideas in France and Germany—not by her own inherent energies.

Freed from his presence, Black Sheep resolved that he should no longer be deprived of his allowance of pleasure-reading.

I have seen examples of such being freed, that is, turned out of doors to starve.

Jefferson proposed that the Negroes be freed and then sent out of the United States.

If the hyposulphite of soda is entirely freed from them, they will bear any exposure to atmospheric influence without change.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to freed, such as: discharged, released, and free.

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