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In the rush to unburden itself from its liabilities, Evergrande is reportedly exploring sales for these assets, but buyers are hard to come by.

As a tradeoff for providing states like these with a set amount of funding that would decline in value over time, the Clinton administration promised each state more flexibility over how it could use the dollars, unburdened by federal regulation.

Hell, it might even be better, because you’d be unburdened by years of expectations and lore.

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My mother was a good woman, but she didn't realize how I often longed to unburden my heart to her.

You too have a skeleton in the family, I perceive; so let's unburden our souls and exchange confidences.

Constantine, Gorgo and old Eusebius were left together, and the young girl was longing to unburden her over-full heart.

Garson hesitated for a moment, then decided to unburden himself, for he craved precise knowledge in this matter.

I understood well enough that it was through sympathy that he had invited me to unburden.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unburden, such as: clear, confess, confide, disburden, discharge, and disclose.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.