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That serves to liberate, especially to free the mind to accept new ideas.
Action of the verb to liberate.
Present participle of liberate.
It decomposes water at a red heat, liberating hydrogen and being itself converted into the hydrate.
Living debt free can be a really liberating experience!
By June 1824 the liberating army was completely organized; and taking the field soon after, it routed the vanguard of the enemy.
While the ending of the Civil War was a liberating time for African Americans, most held onto the names given them during their enslavement, continuing to pass those names onto their offspring.
Making your own cushions can be a liberating experience.
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