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compulsion coercion or constraint; act of compelling. [1/3 definitions]
duress forced constraint; imprisonment. [1/2 definitions]
emancipate to free from some external control or constraint, such as enslavement or ignorance. [1/2 definitions]
emancipation the act of freeing from some constraint or confinement. [1/2 definitions]
free being without hindrance or constraint; not enslaved or imprisoned. [1/20 definitions]
freedom the state of being free from hindrance or constraint. [1/9 definitions]
loose without constraint. [2/15 definitions]
loosen to relax (constraint or the like). [1/5 definitions]
pinch to place a tight constraint on; restrict; constrict. [1/10 definitions]
release to liberate from confinement or other form of constraint, such as obligation or pain. [2/9 definitions]
restraint the quality of being emotionally reserved; graceful constraint of one's feelings; freedom from exaggeration. [1/4 definitions]
roister to revel boisterously, noisily, and without constraint. [1/2 definitions]
strait (usu. pl.) a condition or position of need, distress, or constraint. [1/2 definitions]
unbind to make free, as from confinement or constraint. [1/2 definitions]
unrestrained not held back or checked; free from constraint.
unseal to remove a constraint from. [1/2 definitions]