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See definition of releases on Dictionary.com
  • noundelivery; dispensation
  • nounpublication
  • verblet go, let out

synonyms for releases

  • clemency
  • discharge
  • absolution
  • acquittal
  • acquittance
  • charge
  • commute
  • deliverance
  • emancipation
  • exemption
  • exoneration
  • floater
  • freedom
  • freeing
  • liberation
  • liberty
  • lifeboat
  • lifesaver
  • manumission
  • relief
  • spring
  • turnout
  • walkout
  • let-off
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antonyms for releases

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  • imprisonment
  • incarceration
  • restraint
  • check
  • collection
  • gathering
  • hold
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How to use releases in a sentence

Recovering his breath, Jim snatches the knife at his side, and with a few deft strokes releases the metal.
PRISON MEMOIRS OF AN ANARCHISTALEXANDER BERKMAN
The transcriber created the cover image, and hereby releases it to the public domain.
THE ELEMENTS OF QUALITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, VOL. 1, PARTS 1 AND 2.JULIUS STIEGLITZ
As soon as the vessel is empty an automatic connection releases a catch holding a bag of sand on the end of the noose.
PRISONS AND PRAYER: OR A LABOR OF LOVEELIZABETH RYDER WHEATON
The cell paramœcium feeds, digests, oxidizes its food, and releases energy.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
A pound of butter releases over twice as much energy to the body as does a pound of sugar or a pound of steak.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Then she releases us, and we turn back to our ordinary life conscious of added strength and richness.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN
And there he is kept until he is actually driven mad, or until death steps in and releases him.
SHADOW, THE MYSTERIOUS DETECTIVEPOLICE CAPTAIN HOWARD
This done, the Ammophila releases her victim and proceeds to stamp her tarsi, to polish her wings, to stretch herself.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
The overcoming of these dreads is not easy unless some good reason releases the will and sets it to exerting its full power.
HEALTH THROUGH WILL POWERJAMES J. WALSH
When it is necessary to descend, a pull on the trip-rope releases a safety-catch and the saddle goes down.
CAREERS OF DANGER AND DARINGCLEVELAND MOFFETT
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