released[ ree-lees ]SEE DEFINITION OF released
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Stoliker stretched his arms wearily above his head when he was released.
All our prisoners were released, and about thirty of the enemy taken.
Had Rose not released him from his promise he would have kept it.
He was heard again all of a sudden, as though he had released a catch in order to speak.
At the expiration of this period, he was released by order of Parliament.
Some other novelty will spring up one day, and you will be released.
It was the same boy who had been tied under the table, but he had been released for his lesson.
When at last he was released, he was aged, broken, and in poverty.
And what assurance then shall I have that the Marquis will be released?
The Marquis, released from his confinement, was awaiting him.