inflammation, judgment of dismissal, outpouring, bagging, poke, exit, going, sack, paper bag, press release, acquittance, venting, separation, dismission, free, evaporation, electric discharge, sacking, carrier bag, emission, departure, freeing, electric arc, firing, judgement of dismissal, ignition, expelling, pocket, outlet, spillage, diffusion, pink slip, expiration, sacque, spill, tone ending, arc, firing off, vent, waiver, spark, button, lighting, passing, handout, manumission, shift, run, displacement, rescue, hammock, fire, pouch, loss, sac, chemise, kindling, sackful
acquittal (part of speech: noun)
liberation (part of speech: noun)
freedom (part of speech: noun)
- Concerning the doings of Chaucer in the interval between his liberation from his French captivity and the first notice of him as Valet of the King's Chamber we know nothing at all. - "Chaucer", Adolphus William Ward.
- We had counted the days anxiously; and though our time had passed as agreeably as, under the circumstances, it could pass, we were in high spirits at the prospect of our liberation. - "Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland, Vol. I (of 2)", John Lloyd Stephens.
- I determined to send orders to Major Abdullah to arrest Abou Saood if the reports were true concerning Faieera, at the same time he was to insist upon the liberation of all the Unyoro slaves, which he was to escort with his detachment to Foweera on the Victoria Nile. - "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.