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Un-Chaining

Pronunciation of Un-Chaining
/ˈʌnt͡ʃˈe͡ɪnɪŋ/, /ˈʌnt‍ʃˈe‍ɪnɪŋ/, /ˈʌ_n_tʃ_ˈeɪ_n_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for un-chaining:

freeing (noun)

clearing, delivery, extrication, liberation, loosening, manumission, releasing, reprieve, restoration, saving, untying, Discharging, Disentangling, Loosing, Pardoning, Rescuing, Unbinding, unlocking, unfettering, granting freedom.

liberation (noun)

abolition, deliverance, democracy, emancipation, freeing, liberty, release, salvation, sovereignty, setting free, unchaining, unshackling.

disburden (verb)

dump, empty, lighten, unburden, unload, unpack.

discharge (verb)

absolve, acquit, clear, dismiss, emancipate, exonerate, expel, liberate, loose, loosen, manumit, oust, pardon, unbind, unchain, Unshackle, disimprison, allow to go.

disembarrass (verb)

disburden.

emancipate (verb)

affranchise, deliver, discharge, disencumber, enfranchise, Unfetter, disenthral.

free (verb)

bail, bail out, demobilize, disengage, extricate, let loose, let out, parole, ransom, redeem, relieve, rescue, save, set free, spring, undo, unleash, untie, Disenthrall, Uncage, Unfix, turn out, let off, turn loose, cut loose, let off the hook, put on the street.

liberate (verb)

detach, disembarrass, free, unhook, bail one out, free up, get out from under, save one's neck.

loose/loosen (verb)

alleviate, disconnect, disjoin, ease, ease off, let go, mitigate, relax, separate, slacken, unbar, unbolt, unbuckle, unbutton, unclasp, unfasten, unhitch, unlace, unlash, unlock, unloose, unpin, unscrew, unstrap, Unlatch, Unstick, Untighten, break up, become unfastened, unsnap, work free, work loose.

loosen (verb)

lax.

ransom (verb)

buy out, recover, regain, reprise, repurchase, buy freedom of, obtain release of, pay for release of.

redeem (verb)

pay ransom.

release (verb)

commute, dispense, drop, exculpate, excuse, exempt, give off, give out, issue, leak, open up, surrender, take out, vent, yield, cast loose, go easy on, let up on, set at large, set loose, wipe slate clean, let off steam.

save (verb)

defend, salvage, come to rescue, get off the hook, get out of hock, give a break, pull out of fire.

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