Liberate in a sentence as a verb

There is literally no way to liberate yourself.

And I am not even a talented software developer that can hack for good or build software that will help liberate the world.

I can see why someone might liberate the standards, but they should at least offer up alternative models for financing.

Just like the information you set out to liberate, be yourself liberated from tyranny.

Which means that splitting any elements heavier than iron that happen to be created will actually liberate energy.

I think a more productive goal would be to liberate parents from work so they and their children can spend more time with other parents and children building a better world for all.

"myBatis's major advantage, in my conjectural opinion, is that it does not pretend to liberate you from worrying about the database.

The EPA claims victory in cleaning up the mines, but geologists point out that tectonic activity and erosion liberate and transport millions of cubic yards of asbestos.

He's retired from his professorship but still runs an active research group making awesome software to liberate knowledge from scientific publications, and he runs the Open Knowledge Foundation and various other groups.

BitCoin could, ideally, liberate transactions between individuals and significantly reduce barriers for anything from microtransactions to donating to fringe political causes.

Liberate definitions


give equal rights to; of women and minorities

See also: emancipate


grant freedom to; free from confinement

See also: free release unloose unloosen loose


grant freedom to; "The students liberated their slaves upon graduating from the university"


release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition

See also: release free