af·fran·chise || ə'fræntʃaɪz v. enfranchise; liberate, emancipate, free

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  • affranchised — …   Useful english dictionary

  • affranchise — affranchisement, n. /euh fran chuyz/, v.t., affranchised, affranchising. to free from a state of dependence, servitude, or obligation. [1450 1500; late ME < MF afranchiss , long s. of afranchir, v. deriv., with a A 5, of franc free; see FRANK1] * …   Universalium

  • liberated — I adjective absolved, acquitted, affranchised, cleared, delivered, discharged, disengaged, emancipated, exculpated, exonerated, extricated, free, freed, liberal, pardoned, paroled, redeemed, released, sovereign, unbound, vindicated II index… …   Law dictionary

  • affranchise — /əˈfræntʃaɪz/ (say uh franchuyz) verb (t) (affranchised, affranchising) to free from a state of dependence, servitude, or obligation. {French (by association with the noun franchise) affranchiss , stem of affranchir. See ad , frank} …  

  • unfranchised — /ʌnˈfræntʃaɪzd/ (say xn franchuyzd) adjective not affranchised …  

  • affranchise — [ə fran′chīz΄] vt. affranchised, affranchising [< extended stem of Fr affranchir < OFr afranchir < a, to + franchir: see FRANCHISE] to make free; enfranchise …   English World dictionary

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