A going out; departure
A flowing out or pouring forth; emission; secretion:
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
To free from an obligation or responsibility; absolve
(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
To divert or deflect:
To throw out; cast out; expel; emit; discharge
To discharge from or as if from a receptacle:
To escape or pass out:
To produce and discharge a substance, especially from the cells of specialized glands. For example, the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas secrete the hormone insulin.
To issue a publication.
To vent is to complain about something you are annoyed or angry about in order to relieve some of your anger.
To free, as from difficulty, restraint, etc.
To release or untie (a fastening)
To free from a sealed or constrained state.
To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.
To free from bonds or restraints; release
(Nautical) To raise (an anch) from the bottom, by its cable or buoy rope, so that it hangs free.
To release from a checked or inoperative position:
To send (money) in payment
To free from pain, anxiety, or distress:
To release (a prisoner) on parole.
To release (a person) from further punishment for a crime
Mitigate is defined as to make something less severe, less harsh or less painful.
To free the bowels from constipation.
To set free; release or disentangle (from a net, difficulty, etc.)
To free from a rule or obligation which applies to others; excuse; release
To give or send out (matter or energy):
(Intransitive) To release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.
To dismiss (a military force) from service
To give birth:
To travel as a commuter:
To set free; to deliver; to release.
To sack is a slang term that is defined as to fire someone from their job.
(Slang) To end the employment of; fire.
To boot is to kick out, or to start up a computer.
(Intransitive, dated) To catch fire; to be kindled.
To cut off, remove, get rid of, etc.
To dismiss from employment; fire
(Informal) To get away from or rid of
To relieve (oneself or one's soul, mind, etc.) by revealing or disclosing (something hard to bear, as guilt)
Rid is defined as to free or clear of something.
To get rid of a burden
To perform for an audience:
A pamphlet, leaflet, etc. handed out as for publicity or information
A retail store that sells defective, damaged, or surplus merchandise at a discount
A liberating or being liberated
Of employment, the firing of an employee.
A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
An engraved or printed formal statement or notice, as of a wedding or a relocation.
Deliverance is defined as the act or state of being rescued or set free.
To convert into ice.
(Sports) To block an opponent
To keep within limits; restrict
To restrict, limit, or confine in any way
To maintain records in:
To adhere or conform to; keep:
To keep from departing or getting away:
To recover control of:
To pick, pluck, or collect by picking; harvest
To keep in custody or confinement:
A check is the bill a person receives at a restaurant, or a paper order directing your bank to pay money to a third party from your bank account.
A manner of grasping an opponent, as in wrestling or aikido:
An accumulation; a deposit:
That which is gathered or amassed; a collection or accumulation.
A keeping in custody; confinement
Rescue from a siege:
Ease or facility of movement:
Any of various objects resembling a button, especially:
A splinter, thin roll of paper, etc., set on fire and used to light a pipe, candle, etc.
The definition of a waiver is the act of voluntarily giving up rights or privileges, usually through a written statement.
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