emancipation / ɪˌmæn səˈpeɪ ʃən /


emancipation 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of emancipating.
  2. the state or fact of being emancipated.

emancipation 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. They allowed women to avoid unwanted pregnancies and marriages, giving them the opportunity to pursue careers outside the home, and get on their way to financial emancipation.
  2. The Post also published on Thursday an interactive package documenting the progress of emancipation across states, with archival photos, personal accounts and links to The Post’s coverage.
  3. Gayle Rubin and Pat Califia write articles calling all consensual acts, including sadomasochism, a form of women’s emancipation.
  4. In other words, it took two years for the emancipation of enslaved people to materialize legally.
  5. As much as Juneteenth represents freedom, it also represents how emancipation was tragically delayed for enslaved people in the deepest reaches of the Confederacy.
  6. But from the anguish of soulless industrial lagers rises the emancipation of artisan brewing.
  7. The Copperheads, a group of Midwestern Democrats, made the accusation—and far worse—against President Lincoln during Emancipation.
  8. The Emancipation Proclamation, as Nancy Pelosi reminds us, was an executive action.
  9. Education for everyone, land sharing, emancipation of women, and equal rights for black Cubans.
  10. That's why their emancipation is such a threat to cruel patriarchal power.
  11. I rejoice in being able to say that the general tendency of the speeches was towards universal Emancipation, mental and physical.
  12. The excitement attending the reform act, indeed, had not been neglected by the friends of emancipation.
  13. Cruce and Leclerc, all ready to march under the guidance of your highness, to the emancipation of religion and the throne.
  14. Mr. Labouchere maintained that the result of the great experiment of emancipation would depend on the fate of this bill.
  15. Her religious notions and home-grown prejudices were antagonistic to the complete emancipation of her intelligence.