Arbeit Macht Frei was an instance of the Big Lie, a promise of liberation to those who labored in the Nazi death camps.
On Wednesday mornings before mass, he recites the rosary in a special prayer of liberation from the chains of the devil.
Underlings who once feared the Daley lash are now talking of liberation.
Nicole, my literary agent, seemed to have trouble accepting my liberation.
In the 1970s and 1980s, gay liberation was about the liberation of sexual choice.
The government is, therefore, taking measures for the liberation of the crew and restitution of the ship and cargo.'
That cause, he said, was the liberation of Greece from the tyranny of Athens.
But I am forgetting to speak about Michael Chronowski's liberation.
It was the liberation of his inner life, the letting out of his soul into the wide world.
The mere attempt to recognize the literary character of the various books of the Bible has effected a liberation.
early 15c., from Middle French libération and directly from Latin liberationem (nominative liberatio) "a setting or becoming free," noun of action from past participle stem of liberare "set free" (see liberate). Liberation theology (1969) translates Spanish teologia de la liberación, coined 1968 by Peruvian priest Gustavo Gutiérrez.