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used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

7 uses
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to set free — as from prison, political oppression, persecution, expectations...
  • Once, he'd felt liberated by it, but now it felt forced and joyless.
    p. 254.1
  • The plane no one wanted was a giant new plane, Consolidated Aircraft Corporation's B-24 Liberator.
    p. 54.6
  • Crews called it "the Flying Brick" and "the Constipated Lumberer," a play on Consolidated Liberator.
    p. 54.9
  • At the end of 1943, the captives had a taste of liberation.
    p. 157.4
  • Fitzgerald stayed with them, unwilling to leave until the last of his men was liberated.
    p. 231.9
  • After three and a half years in prison camp, I had been liberated by the great American blonde!
    p. 233.2
  • Liberation was a long time coming for Phil at Rokuroshi.
    p. 235.8

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