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release
Definition:
A setting free; discharge.

Synonyms:

noun
absolution
forgiveness, amnesty, exculpation, pardon, mercy, release, Compurgation.
acquittal
exculpation, absolution, acquittal, defrayal, exoneration, forgiveness, letting off, amnesty, discharge, relief from, liberation, clearance, vindication, releasing, Dismissing, dismissal, Acquitting, Discharging, reprieve, freedom.
artifact
release.
catharsis
purge, purification, cleansing, catharsis.
compact disc
track, digital recording, CDS, laser disk, Demos, demo.
death
death, annihilation, demise, passing, extinction, parting, quietus, decease, expiration, fatality, ending, dissolution, end, cessation, rest.
discharge
remittance, disimprisonment, Remittances.
dismissal
exception, concession, exemption, reprieve, permission, relief, stay, excuse, pardon, privilege, license, immunity, liberty, dispensation, waiver.
escape
by-passing, elopement, out, elusion, elusions, fadeout, elopements, OUTS, runaround, duckings, hegira, evasion, elusiveness, eschewal.
forgiveness
pardon, absolution.
freedom
leisure, Freeness, relaxation.
lam
escapement.
liberation
emancipation, enfranchisement, toleration, disengagement, deliverance.
news
bulletin, account, dispatch, report, message, notice, rumor, communication, information, news, gossip, epistle, flash, announcement, statement.
notification
in formation, advisories.
press release
newsworthy item, press release.
printing
edition.
process
release.
publication
flash.
publicity
propaganda, PRS, promos, PROMO, build-up, write up, public notice, inks, build-ups, big noise, billings, ink, pushings, commercials, writeup, press-agentry.
ransom
liberation money, expiation.
receipt
stub, counter foil, proof of purchase, counterfoils, voucher, counterfoil.
release
dismission, publish, exoneration, lifesaver, commute, eject, spring, firing, expiration, acquittance, charge, spill, emancipation, propaganda, walkout, waiver, handout, sacking, proclamation, liberty, put out, lifeboat, unblock, let go, clemency, dismissal, spillage, free, news, floater, exemption, deliverance, announcement, freedom, bring out, acquittal, unfreeze, expel, relief, liberation, discharge, departure, sack, let go of, tone ending, publicity, give up, leak, story, issue, passing, loss, liberate, notice, let-off, flash*, loose, unloose, resign, relinquish, manumission, freeing, outlet, exit, turn, unloosen, going, secrete, absolution, turnout, offering, press release.
relief
mollification, palliative, lightenings, palliatives, palliation, Allayment, load off one's mind, restfulness.
relinquishment
abdication, defection, renunciation, resignation, capitulation, withdrawal, Disclamation, vacation, abandonment, desertion, relinquishment, dereliction.
report
blow by blow.
rescue
disembarrassment, heroics, disentanglement.
riddance
disposal, cancellation, dismissal, relegation, rejection, renouncement, riddance.
verb
absolve
launder, vindicate, wink at, whitewash, blink at, relieve, wipe it off, spare, let off easy, write off, bleach, forgive, wipe the slate clean, sanitize, spring*, let off the hook.
acquit
clear, exculpate, exonerate, free, forgive, acquit, Disculpate, defray, absolve, wipe off, liberate, let go, vindicate.
allow
consent, approve, pass, license, favor, support, be game for, let, pass on, bear, suffer, sanction, accord, certify, recognize, hear of, free up, endorse, oblige, give leave, admit, authorize, sit still for, give carte blanche, live with, take kindly to, give the go-ahead, be big, put up with, indulge, give the green light, warrant, commission, give a blank check, go along with, stand, accredit, okay, tolerate, brook, hold with, empower, endure, grant permission, give permission.
cease
let up.
contact
turn, release.
discharge
parole.
dismiss
permit, relieve, exempt, except.
free
disencumber, ease, untie, Unfetter, disentangle, unleash, Disentwine, unchain.
liberate
emancipate, deliver, disengage, manumit, let loose, set free, turn loose.
loosen
disarticulate, diverge, break, disjoin, disperse, detach, unbind, unfasten, disconnect, loosen.
open
expose, undo, bare, reveal, uncork, disclose, unplug, unseal, open, unlock.
permit
approve, let, condone, concede, allow, enfranchise, sanction, consent, authorize, tolerate, bless.
release
disengage, liberate, clear, vent, deliver, drop, yield, emancipate, let off steam, loosen, unfasten, undo, unchain, excuse, open up, give off, Unshackle, Unfetter, take out, unbind, bail out, exonerate, go easy on, surrender, unloose, loose, exempt, let up on, extricate, unleash, turn out, turn loose, untie, set at large, dispense, exculpate, wipe slate clean, absolve, let off, set loose, manumit, free, give out, acquit, set free, cast loose.
relinquish
renounce, withdraw, surrender, disown, forgo, abandon, abdicate, resign, desert, give up, shed, defect, forsake, waive, relinquish, quit, capitulate, vacate, disclaim.
rid
rid, cancel, jettison, discard, relegate, dispose, leave, let go, part with, vent, drop, dispel, dismiss, reject.
slacken
free, slacken, loosen.
Examples of usage:
  1. Release me and promise to spare my life, and I'll take you to the spot where the silver is hidden. – The Corsair King by Mór Jókai
  2. We shall go out into the gas hand in hand, and release will be welcome. – When the Sleepers Woke by Arthur Leo Zagat
  3. Hezekiah would, beyond doubt, amuse herself after her own fashion on the roof until I was ready to release her. – The Siege of the Seven Suitors by Meredith Nicholson
  4. One more opportunity occurred of her release, and it was the last effort he made to move her. – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman

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