Definition of liberated
: freed from or opposed to traditional social and sexual attitudes or roles a liberated woman a liberated marriage
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Amid the concrete rubble and dust, those who survived ISIS and several months of savage combat don’t resemble a liberated people.
And Islamic State maintains a degree of free movement even in liberated areas.
In other liberated areas of Mosul, residents have begun to return from displacement camps to think about rebuilding.
The IUD's first heyday dovetailed with the liberated 1960s and 70s.
Civilians are making their way back to liberated territory, where the authorities are restoring residential buildings and infrastructure and schools, Rudskoi said.
The comics in the cast -- many of whom have appeared in sitcoms -- appear liberated playing roles that strike so close to home, even if the casual racism and sexism of the time signals that this was a different era.
There’s certainly a relationship with entrepreneurship and freedom of enterprise and creativity that’s more liberated than in France.
ISIS snipers were also positioned near the zoo, which is close to the dividing line between the liberated eastern half of the city and the last ISIS bastion in the west.
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: freed from or opposed to traditional social and sexual attitudes or ways of behaving
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