release

[ ri-lees ]SEE DEFINITION OF release

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Until that ecstasy of release should come, he would do his duty,—yes, his duty.

Release can come only when the race at large is willing to cast the evil thing off.

Now I am advised by others to try on my release to forget that I have ever been in a prison at all.

It was as if some mighty pent force were struggling for release.

There was no joy over her release in his tones, nor pity for her condition.

He was made a delegate of the Red Committee less than a year after his release on licence.

Did he not release Joseph from the pit, and raise him to princely glory?

At least, release my gentle sister, and pour out all your malice on me.

We were at Luxor; and somewhere not far off, Mabella Hnem was praying for release.

The audience sank back with a gasp of release from the strain of attention.

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