Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty

n
(Placename) a monumental statue personifying liberty, in New York Harbor, on Liberty Island: a gift from France, erected in 1885. Official name: Liberty Enlightening the World
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Stat′ue of Lib′erty


n.
a large copper statue on Liberty Island in New York harbor depicting a woman holding a burning torch.
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Noun1.Statue of Liberty - a large monumental statue symbolizing liberty on Liberty Island in New York Bay
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She was a free woman. Had this view become in some way perceptible to Mr Verloc he would have been extremely shocked.
Mrs Verloc, the free woman who had had really no idea where she was going to, obeyed the suggestion with rigid steadiness.
Better have been Frank's wretched wife than the free woman I am now.
Come, Prince, if you want to earn my eternal gratitude, tell me now that I am a free woman."
But when to his natural excellences were added the romance that linked with his name and the enormous wealth that was his, practically every free woman he encountered measured him with an appraising and delighted eye, to say nothing of more than one woman who was not free.
Second, my advice: If you wish to make the explanation easy to both sides, take care that you make it in the character of a free woman."
In every sense of the word, my darling, you are a free woman. We have had sorrow enough in our lives.
If I am a living woman and a free woman in a week's time-- or if I am in possession of my senses in a week's time (don't interrupt me; I know what I am talking about)--I shall have a sketch or outline of my play ready, as a specimen of what I can do.
"Because he foresaw that she would be very much more useful to him in the character of a free woman."
I have made of her a free woman, and I have married her and made her thus a princess of Manatos.
Promise to hold your tongue, and before that clock strikes - it wants three minutes of one - you're a free woman!"
When we parted she was a free woman, but I could never again be a free man.