She makes her first scars on the world as an emancipator, a blond Spartacist, Abe Lincoln with dragons.
He, however, declined the honor, whereupon the name of the South American emancipator was chosen.
He is an emancipator and has doubtless done a great deal of good.
It did not emancipate any slaves within the emancipator's reach.
France the emancipator and avenger has sprung up at one bound.
How great in comparison was the influence of Moses as leader of Israel, emancipator, lawgiver, and prophet!
He mentioned that he was formerly a subscriber to the emancipator, but they had stopped it, and he had taken them in its place.
Upon Mr. B.'s assertion that Mr. Thompson's testimonies were of this worthless character, the emancipator has the following note.
Key then proposed to read the emancipator, as a paper he had subscribed for, instead of which these had been sent.
Jeffers was called, and said Crandall said he had taken the emancipator, or subscribed for it, he didn't know which.
1620s, from Latin emancipatus, past participle of emancipare "declare (someone) free, give up one's authority over," in Roman law, the freeing of a son or wife from the legal authority (patria potestas) of the pater familias, to make his or her own way in the world; from ex- "out, away" (see ex-) + mancipare "deliver, transfer or sell," from mancipum "ownership," from manus "hand" (see manual) + capere "take" (see capable). Related: Emancipated; emancipating. Adopted in the cause of religious toleration (17c.), then anti-slavery (1776). Also used in reference to women who free themselves from conventional customs (1850).