freeing[ free ]SEE DEFINITION OF freeing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREEING
And then, freeing my hand, I again offered the key to the door.
Joan dead, Wat too; no hope of freeing the Earth from its slavery.
It is freeing the life-process for its own most adequate fulfilment.
Effervescence generally due to the freeing of carbon dioxid.
Cornelia demanded, freeing herself, with her darkest frown of perplexity.
"All right, dear," said his mother, freeing her hand gently.
The exercise is important for the freeing of the whole torso.
As far as freeing me goes, you could divorce me to-morrow—here—if you liked.
He kept his word, and this piecemeal business of freeing the prisoners began.
His master, freeing his feet from the stirrups, began to swim vigorously.