freed[ free ]SEE DEFINITION OF freed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREED
The more we perceive of power the more we are freed from fear.
The more we are freed from fear the more exultantly we feel our abundance of life.
Howe freed himself and stood erect, with one arm hanging at his side.
I have conquered myself, and my nature is freed from the evil tendencies it had.
Evadna freed herself as unobtrusively as possible, and looked at him with wide eyes.
Why is it that we have not freed this land, even as Judith freed Bethulia?
But to do this one must be freed altogether from the limits of length and time.
It is only through death to the world that we can be freed from its spirit.
Then with flaming cheeks she freed herself from his embrace.
On a memorable occasion in Turkey they had freed themselves in this manner.