I verb clear, cut loose, deliver, deobstruct, detach, disburden, discharge, disembarrass, disembroil, disencumber, disengage, disentangle, disenthrall, disjoin, dislodge, disprison, enlarge, exonerate, expedire, exsolvere, free, let loose, liberare, liberate, loosen, make free, ransom, redeem, release, release from restraint, relieve, rescue, save, set at large, set at liberty, set free, tear loose, unbind, unfetter, unhamper, unharness, unknot, unloose, unloosen, unravel, unshackle, untie II index clear, discharge (liberate), disencumber, disengage, disentangle, disenthrall, disinter, educe, free, quit (free of), release, relieve (free from burden), remove (eliminate), rescue

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