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Definitions of ‘release’ release (verb) Synonyms: [[liberate]], [[loose]], [[discharge]], [[free]], [[acquit]], extricate, [[disengage]], [[relinquish]], [[absolve]], remit, [[relieve]], exonerate, disencumber release […]

Dictionary March 4, 2024 March 4, 2024 absolve, acquit, acquittance, deliverance, discharge, disencumber, disengage, disengagement, exonerate, exoneration, extricate, extrication, free, freedom, liberate, liberation, loose, noun, relieve, Relinquish, remit, verb

Definitions of ‘quit’ quit (verb) Synonyms: [[cease]], [[stop]], desist, discontinue, [[forbear]], break off, [[abandon]], [[leave]], [[forsake]], evacuate, [[surrender]], [[resign]], [[absolve]], […]

Dictionary February 22, 2024 February 22, 2024 abandon, absolve, acquit, break off, cease, desist, discontinue, evacuate, forbear, Forsake, leave, resign, stop, surrender, verb

Definitions of ‘free’ free (verb) Synonyms: liberate, manumit, disinthrall, deliver, emancipate, release, enfranchise, disengage, exonerate, acquit, extricate, disentangle free (adjective) […]

Dictionary September 21, 2023 September 21, 2023 acquit, adjective, artless, bountiful, candid, communicative, deliver, delivered, disengage, disentangle, disinthrall, dissolute, eager, emancipate, emancipated, enfranchise, exempt, exonerate, extricate, familiar, flush, frank, freed, generous, gratuitous, hospitable, immoderate, immune, independent, informal, ingenuous, lavish, lax, liberal, liberate, liberated, manumit, munificent, open-handed, optional, prodigal, prompt, ready, release, released, spontaneous, unconstrained, unreserved, unrestrained, verb, voluntary, willing

Definitions of ‘forgive’ forgive (verb) Synonyms: pardon, excuse, absolve, condone, exculpate, connive, acquit

Dictionary September 17, 2023 September 17, 2023 absolve, acquit, condone, connive, exculpate, excuse, pardon, verb

Definitions of ‘excuse’ excuse (verb) Synonyms: absolve, forgive, pardon, exonerate, palliate, justify, extenuate, acquit, exculpate, release excuse (noun) Synonyms: justification, […]

Dictionary August 25, 2023 August 25, 2023 absolve, acquit, apology, evasion, exculpate, exonerate, exoneration, extenuate, extenuation, forgive, justification, justify, makeshift, noun, palliate, palliation, pardon, plea, pretext, release, subterfuge, verb

Definitions of ‘discharge’ discharge (verb) Synonyms: absolve, acquit, exculpate, release, exonerate, free, dismiss, cashier, remove, excrete, exude, void, eject, emit, […]

Dictionary July 29, 2023 July 29, 2023 abrogate, absolve, acquit, acquittance, annul, blast, burst, cancel, cashier, dismiss, dismissal, eject, ejection, emission, emit, excrete, excretion voiding, exculpate, exonerate, exoneration, expel, exudation, exude, fire, firing, free, fulfill, fulfillment, fusillade, invalidate, liquidate, liquidation, noun, observance, pay, payment evacuation, perform, performance, quietus, quittance, release, remove, rescind, salvo, shoot, verb, void, volley

Definitions of ‘clear’ clear (adjective) Synonyms: transparent, diaphanous, pellucid, limpid, relucent, crystalline, lucid, crystal, unmistakable, plain, evident, obvious, unambiguous, distinct, […]

Dictionary June 16, 2023 June 16, 2023 absolve, acquit, acquitted, adjective, audible, canorous, clarified, clarify, clarion, cloudless, comprehensible, crystal, crystalline, decipherable, diaphanous, disengage, disentangle, disperse, distinct, eclaircise, elucidate, evident, exempt, exonerate, explain, explicit, express, extricate, graphic, in full, interpret, limpid, lucid, manifest, net, obvious, open, palpable, passable, patent, pellucid, piercing, plain, pure, relucent, resonant, serene, sonorous, transparent, unadulterated, unalloyed, unambiguous, unburdened, unclouded, undimmed, unimpeded, unmistakable, unmixed, unobstructed, verb, vindicate

Definitions of ‘absolve’ absolve (verb) Synonyms: release, remit, pardon, exonerate, acquit, exculpate

Dictionary April 14, 2023 April 14, 2023 acquit, exculpate, exonerate, pardon, release, remit, verb

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