Synonyms & Antonyms : Release


( Verb )

This medicine will
release your father from his sufferings.











Contextual Examples:

Students who attended the evening lecture were
exempted from doing homework.

The bonded labors were beaten severely when they tried to
liberate themselves from the clutches of the landlord.

The thief
unloosed the knots of the rope and escaped.

The doctor
relieved him of the headache by a single dose.

India was
freed from the foreign yoke after a prolonged struggle.

The leader
disengaged himself from the fury of the mob with great difficulty.

He has
disentangled himself from party politics.

The fox tried desperately to
extricate itself from the trap put up by the jackal but failed.

The fox tried desperately to
free itself from the trap put up by the jackal but failed.

The government has
emancipated a large number of agricultural workers from serfdom.






Contextual Examples:

I had to
restrain myself from saying something rude.

I have
confined myself to pure research for the next two years.

The magician
enthralled the audience for full one hour.

bind between the father and his sob is so deep that they live together for a long time.

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