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Princeton's WordNet

  1. liberation, release, freeingnoun

    the act of liberating someone or something


  1. freeing

    Freeing refers to the act or process of making someone or something free, released or liberated from confinement, bondage, obligation, pain, or any other form of physical or emotional restraint or limitation. It also encompasses the removal of restrictions or barriers, allowing for personal freedom, autonomy, and the opportunity for self-expression.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Freeing

    of Free

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. freeing

    The act of pumping, or otherwise throwing out the water which has leaked into a ship's bottom. When all the water is pumped or baled out, the vessel is said to be free. Said of the wind when it exceeds 67° 30′ from right-ahead.

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  1. reefing

  2. refeign

  3. feering

  4. feigner

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of freeing in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of freeing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of freeing in a Sentence

  1. Kathie Lee Gifford:

    This place [ has ] tons of Christian fellowship for me, which is kind of harder to find in the northeast, and a creative ton this is. There’s not a day that goes by that I ’m not looking at someone who’s a brilliant writer. The creativity down here is off the charts. And we’ve been freeing up from so much of the COVID restrictions … so we’re just free down here. And it’s been wonderful.

  2. Timothy Heath:

    I expect more LCS type ships to operate in the South China Sea, freeing up the large combatants that currently undertake most of the patrols in that region.

  3. Ilhan Omar:

    It is as if every time we say something that is supposed to be about foreign policy or engagement or the efficacy of ending oppression or the freeing of every human life and wanting dignity, we get labeled by something that end the discussion, because we end up defending that and no one gets to have the proper debate about what is happening in Palestine.

  4. Gregory Allen Howard:

    Harriet was bigger than life. Harriet freeing slaves had a multiplying effect... Harriet showed them how powerful they could become.

  5. William Jackson Harper:

    A lot of that is a very intuitive manifestation of a lot of my own stuff, maybe it's more universal than I thought. Maybe a lot of people feel that way, but I personally get stuck a lot, and I think that just seeing what that paralysis looks like can actually be freeing, because sometimes it's really useful to see it from the outside, the commitment to an action or inaction, how frustrating that can be. Especially to someone who is like,' Any choice you make right now will be better than not making one'... The most salient thing about the show and especially about this character for me is that.

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    an outward bevel around a door or window that makes it seem larger
    A splay
    B tenebrous
    C inexpiable
    D tantamount

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