Releasing synonyms

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That releases emotional tension, especially after an overwhelming experience
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To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
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To free from an obligation or responsibility; absolve
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To set free from or as if from restraints.
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(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
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(Intransitive) To submit passively; to give up as hopeless or inevitable. [from 15th c.]
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To let go (free, away), physically release.
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To divert or deflect:
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To publish:
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To issue a publication.
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To throw out; cast out; expel; emit; discharge
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To discharge from or as if from a receptacle:
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To shoot:
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To escape or pass out:
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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.
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(Mathematics) To produce as a result.
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To vent is to complain about something you are annoyed or angry about in order to relieve some of your anger.
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To free, as from difficulty, restraint, etc.
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To loose; to unfix; to unbind; to untie; figuratively, to detach from any connecting link or agency; to disconnect.
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To release or untie (a fastening)
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To free from a sealed or constrained state.
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To release from or as if from chains or bonds; set free.
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To free from bonds or restraints; release
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(Nautical) To raise (an anch) from the bottom, by its cable or buoy rope, so that it hangs free.
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To release from a checked or inoperative position:
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To free or liberate from confinement or other physical restraint.
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To send (money) in payment
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To free from pain, anxiety, or distress:
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To pay a price to set someone free from captivity or punishment.
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To release (a prisoner) on parole.
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To release (a person) from further punishment for a crime
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Mitigate is defined as to make something less severe, less harsh or less painful.
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To free the bowels from constipation.
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To set free; release or disentangle (from a net, difficulty, etc.)
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To free from a rule or obligation which applies to others; excuse; release
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To give or send out (matter or energy):
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To set free, as a minor from a parent; as, a father may emancipate a child.
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To exclude (from investigation or from further competition).
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(Intransitive) To release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free.
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To relieve of a burden; free from a hindrance or annoyance
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To dismiss (a military force) from service
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To give birth:
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To travel as a commuter:
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Free (separate) from others
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To set free; to deliver; to release.
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(Followed by “of”, formerly by “from”) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge.
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To set free, release or discharge (from obligations, debts, responsibility etc.). [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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(Cricket) To get a batsman out.
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To sack is a slang term that is defined as to fire someone from their job.
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(Slang) To end the employment of; fire.
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(Intransitive, electronics) To turn power off and back on; to reset
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To boot is to kick out, or to start up a computer.
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(Intransitive, dated) To catch fire; to be kindled.
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To cut off, remove, get rid of, etc.
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To dismiss from employment; fire
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(Intransitive) To sink quickly to the ground. [from 15th c.]
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(Now rare) To dismiss (someone, especially military personnel) from service.
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(Informal) To get away from or rid of
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To relieve (oneself or one's soul, mind, etc.) by revealing or disclosing (something hard to bear, as guilt)
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Rid is defined as to free or clear of something.
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To get rid of a burden
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To perform for an audience:
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To convert into ice.
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(Sports) To block an opponent
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To keep within limits; restrict
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To restrict, limit, or confine in any way
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To maintain records in:
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To adhere or conform to; keep:
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To recover control of:
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To pick, pluck, or collect by picking; harvest
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To keep in custody or confinement:
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(Intransitive) To act; to take action; to stir; to begin to act; as, to move in a matter.
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Find another word for releasing. In this page you can discover 76 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for releasing, like: cathartic, freeing, loosing, unloosening, unloosing, liberating, resigning, relinquishing, turning, issuing and publishing.