I would enslave them even more and liberate men so they would start behaving like men again.
And we will liberate Chechnya and the entire Caucasus, God willing.
They died to liberate the French from a sinister and brutal occupation.
Genetically modified seeds were supposed to liberate corn farmers from using pesticide to combat rootworms.
Zawahiri urged all Muslims to unite behind Omar to defeat America and liberate Jerusalem from the Crusaders and Jews.
Now the trick was, you see, to concentrate the juice and liberate it as you needed it.
I want to liberate Englishmen so far as I can from the tyranny of Shakespeare's greatness.
When he had submitted, he also, on the instigation of the Brahmans, attempted to liberate himself by arms.
You wish me to liberate David Rossi and leave you to deal with him?
It is Emperor Tiberius who calls him, that he may liberate him from a terrible disease, which no other physician can cure.
1620s, from Latin liberatus, past participle of liberare "set free," from liber "free" (see liberal). Meaning "to free an occupied territory from the enemy" (often used ironically) is from 1942. Related: Liberated; liberating.
To steal or appropriate, originally something in conquered enemy territory (WWII Army)