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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliberatedlib‧e‧rat‧ed /ˈlɪbəreɪtɪd/ AWL adjective  FREE TO DO WHAT YOU WANTfree to behave in the way you want, and not restricted by traditional rules of social and sexual behaviour a liberated woman
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liberatedHe got plenty of work done there; he made friends; he felt liberated and enjoyed himself.He had been touring in the liberated areas trying to get agriculture going again.That openness to liberated desire is cut off in the films which the Boxes produce.It would be wrong to suggest that women were a liberated force for female emancipation in Huaiwiri.And she was Rabelaisian, rather surprising, liberated fun.Their liberated lives could not be carried on in the child-centred suburbs.She was perfectly content and regarded the liberated woman as a creature to be pitied.Who can blame a liberated woman for not settling for slavery?
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