Emancipate in a Sentence  ðŸ”Š

Definition of Emancipate

to give freedom to someone

Examples of Emancipate in a sentence

As my father walked me down the aisle, he told me he was happy to emancipate me so I could live my own life.  ðŸ”Š

My teenage son stopped asking me to emancipate him when he realized the ruling would require him to pay his own bills.  ðŸ”Š

Even before slavery officially ended, my relatives made the decision to emancipate all their slaves so they could live freely.  ðŸ”Š

Computer technology has done a great deal to emancipate office workers from tedious jobs.  ðŸ”Š

After the judge reviews the evidence, he will decide whether or not he wants to emancipate you by voiding your prison sentence.  ðŸ”Š

Meryl was excited about her upcoming divorce hearing that would finally emancipate her.  ðŸ”Š

When the youngest son became the lord of the manor, he made the decision to emancipate the serfs and gave each worker a free plot of land.  ðŸ”Š

My grandmother finally purchased a vacuum to emancipate herself from hours of sweeping.  ðŸ”Š

Because the sixteen-year-old boy felt he was responsible enough to live on his own, he asked a judge to emancipate him.  ðŸ”Š

When the president signs the document, it will immediately emancipate all of the slaves and make them free people.  ðŸ”Š

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