Independent and Liberated

Independent

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Independent adjective – Not being under the rule or control of another.
Usage example: finally they are an independent people, after centuries of domination by their more powerful neighbors

Liberated and independent are semantically related. in free topic. In some cases you can use "Liberated" instead an adjective "Independent", when it comes to topics like self-sufficient, self-governing.
Nearby Words: independence, independently, independency
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Liberated

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Liberated adjective – Free from traditional social restraints.
Independent and liberated are semantically related. You can use "Independent" instead an adjective "Liberated".
Nearby Words: liberation, liberating, liberator
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Both words in one sentence

  • Film / The Last Dinosaur Moral Dissonance: Frankie is a liberated and independent woman and manages to get herself included in the expedition because women are as capable as men.
  • However, they did say in the Declaration of Moscow in 1943 that Austria would be considered the first victim of Nazi aggression, meaning that it would be considered liberated and independent after the war, rather than an aggressor nation.
  • In both, the female lead and the architect's lover is a strangely liberated woman who is awfully assertive and independent for the middle ages.
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