relieved

[ ri-leev ]SEE DEFINITION OF relieved

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RELIEVED

The deep gloom that had overshadowed the land had been relieved by one single ray.

I made every effort to get relieved from this odious work, but without avail.

In a little while he was relieved, her eyelids began to tremble.

"I will manage it," said Dr. Everett, speaking in a quick, relieved tone.

Yet there was a set of the mouth and a prominence of the chin which relieved him of any trace of effeminacy.

There was such sincerity in her voice that Wilson was relieved.

I leaned against the mantel, relieved by his going, but unutterably lonely.

By no fault of mine I am relieved of the danger of seeing beauty like—like this too common.

I am so relieved, and more tired than I have ever guessed a woman could be.

"Oh, well, there was nothing in that," said Eileen in a relieved tone.

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