Part of speech:
Not subject to a given condition; exempt:
(Baseball) To serve as a relief pitcher
To give up an office, position of employment, etc., esp. by formal notice
To cease holding physically; release:
To remove or force out from a position or dwelling previously occupied.
To prove; to ratify; to confirm.
The definition of absolve is to be forgiven for your sins or to be set free of all of the legal or moral consequences of your actions.
To release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles.
To make void or of no validity; invalidate:
To release from restraints or bonds; free.
To release from a checked or inoperative position:
To refrain from, omit, avoid using, or use frugally
To release from military service
To cause (someone) to be free from something; relieve or disencumber:
To dismiss from an office or position.
Ready is defined as to prepare or make available.
To release (a prisoner) on parole.
To release (a person) from further punishment for a crime
To remove obstructions from; clear:
To free from restraint; to set at liberty.
To release pressure or obligation from; absolve:
To pass (time) without doing anything:
To release from an entanglement or difficulty; disengage.
To speed up the progress of or execute quickly:
To clear of guilt or blame.
Enfranchise is defined as to free from slavery or legal obligation, or to give the rights of citizenship.
To set free (a slave, etc.); release from bondage, servitude, or serfdom
To clear up or resolve (a plot, for example); unravel.
To relieve of a burden; free from a hindrance or annoyance
(Military) To separate for a special object or use.
To set free.
To remove the occupants of:
To secure the release of by providing security.
To release from a duty, obligation, etc.
To bring back into being, use, etc.; reestablish
To remove the bar or bars from; unbolt; unlock; open
To let loose as if by opening a lock; release
To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.
(Now Rare) To release after such payment
To stop considering; rid one's mind of; dispel:
To reprieve is to provide temporary or permanent relief from punishment.
To release or untie (a fastening)
To set free from the consequences of sin; redeem:
To rid or relieve of something embarrassing, annoying, entangling, perplexing, or burdensome
To unburden or discharge (oneself or itself)
To relieve of something burdensome or oppressive; unburden:
To free from confusion; clear up; put in order
To enforce is described as to compel someone to abide by a rule, law or order.
Lodge is defined as to provide or rent a cottage or resort space, to be stuck or caught, or to store something.
To obstruct is to block or slow or cut off from view.
To put in a prison or jail.
To reproduce convincingly.
To confine within bounds; set a limit to; restrict; curb
To force (a person) to do something; drive or constrain:
Burden is defined as making heavy with a load or with emotion.
To stop the movement or progress of:
To limit; restrict
Jail is defined as to put someone into a place that they can't get out of.
To make busy; occupy:
To act as a symbol of; signify or represent:
Subject is defined as to make someone or something experience something.
To be a limit or boundary to
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
Find another word for freed. In this page you can discover 85 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for freed, like: liberated, released, discharged, free, relieved, exempted, resigned, relinquished, dislodged, justified and absolved.