Origin of emancipate
synonym study for emancipate
OTHER WORDS FROM emancipatee·man·ci·pa·tive, adjectivee·man·ci·pa·tor, nounnon·e·man·ci·pa·tive, adjectiveun·e·man·ci·pa·tive, adjective
How to use emancipate in a sentence
When he finally self-emancipated, it was from Mount Vernon, on the president’s 65th birthday in 1797.George Washington’s 1795 Thanksgiving celebrated liberty. But the chef behind the feast had none.|Ramin Ganeshram|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
She makes her first scars on the world as an Emancipator, a blond Spartacist, Abe Lincoln with dragons.Daenerys Goes to Washington: The Modern Politics of ‘Game of Thrones’|Jedediah Purdy|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The great emancipator is featured sparingly, emerging dramatically through the mist at the top of the ad.Abe Lincoln Burnishes His Brand Through Comedy Routines and Ads (Video)|The Daily Beast Video|February 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The son of the Great Emancipator was notoriously hostile to pleas from black Americans to integrate the service on his cars.
Yes, the Great Emancipator used his first inaugural to call on his countrymen to heed “the better angels of our nature.”
The 16th president did not come out of the cradle as the Great Emancipator.
He was, as every one knows, a most horrible despot with his serfs, though he gave himself out for an emancipator.Smoke|Turgenev Ivan Sergeevich
He, however, declined the honor, whereupon the name of the South American emancipator was chosen.
The Admiral who had thus triumphed was hailed as Emancipator.Charles Sumner; His Complete Works, Volume X (of 20)|Charles Sumner
Upon Mr. B.'s assertion that Mr. Thompson's testimonies were of this worthless character, the Emancipator has the following note.Discussion on American Slavery|George Thompson
Liberty was always the great emancipator's leading thought, and it breathes and glows in all his statutes concerning pauperism.The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine|Heinrich Heine