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Use "liberator" in a sentence
"The term liberator is generally used in Zimbabwe to refer to black guerrillas who ended white rule in Rhodesia, as Zimbabwe was known before independence in 1980."
"Original thought is a great liberator from the rhetoric and swallowing the “party line” hook line & sinker."
"Whether it was his campaign to reinvigorate OPEC or his land reform actions in the Venezuelan countryside, Chavez's revolution that he has named after the Latin American liberator Simon Bolivar has angered many a rich landowner and frustrated many corporate hacks used to buying of Third World politicians."