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Definition of "relieved" []

  • Experiencing relief, esp from worry or anxiety (adjective)
  • Having part of the surface cut away to avoid friction or wear (adjective)
  • Experiencing or exhibiting relief. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of relieve. (verb)

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Use "relieved" in a sentence
  • "Finally, mankind will be relieved from the tedious chore of downhill skiing. lansing wedding photographer"
  • "I felt as if I was relieved from a heavy weight, when the packet sailed with a fair wind from Ireland, and I had quitted for ever the country which had been to me the scene of so much misery."
  • "As such it serves the Conservatives who feel relieved from a Left which had put them often too readily into the same camp as the Fascists and to find in this year of elections now a new argument to attack ‘Liberalism’."