Words and phrases that have a meaning related to release:   (474 results)

block, confine, detain, freeze, hold, immobilize, take hold

Often used in the same context:
press release, announcement, reissue, publication, rerelease, launch, update, arrival, compilation, shipment, report, dissemination, inclusion, album, debut, sequel, statement, upcoming, suicide squeeze, revision, unveiling, download, disc, airdate, followup, retraction, disclosure, arrest, date, completion, telewriter, departure, backspacer, distribution, rearrest, knuckle down, captors, zonaria, synopsis, introduction, handover, beta testing, surrender, review, backgrounder, teleconference, availability, repatriation, installment, uplifter, preorder, hard candy, pardon, kidnappers, kingdom come, suspended animation, transfer, publishing, redact, version, news, bulletin, rollout, visit, unblind, reintroduction, submittal, seether, arsis, prequel, paper trail, move, abductors, whitechapel, exoneration, vomitory, revolutions per minute, opus, captives, finalization, demo, request, death angel, sabbat, label, heroic age, captivity, confirmation, return, filing, breakthrough, starer, batch, appearance, conference, dig out, arraignment, tacet, execution, copy, summary, pronouncement, expulsion, acquisition, adoption, demolition, removal, closing, deportation, dissolution, ejection, emergence, incorporation, liberation, privatisation, privatization, withdrawal, breakage, breakup, coalescence, depletion, delivery, stenographic, unlock, write, advertised, appointment, augmentative, checking, confidential, continuous, course, dependable, disconnect, dosage, expedited, glide, line

More specific:
bail out, bleed, blow, breathe, bring out, conge, cough out, cough up, deactivation, declassify, deflate, derequisition, discharge, disengage, disentanglement, dishonorable discharge, egest, ejaculate, eliminate, emancipation, emission, emit, empty, evacuate, excrete, exemption, expectorate, explosion, extrication, fester, freeing, give off, granting immunity, hemorrhage, immunity, inactivation, jail delivery, let loose, let out, loose, muster out, ovulate, parole, pass, pass off, plosion, probation, relief, removal, run, section eight, shed blood, spit up, suppurate, throw, toggle, trigger, unchain, unclasp, unhand, unleash, unsnarling, unspell, untangling, void, water, withdraw

Appears in the definition of:
., adrenergic, african clawed frog, alfred dreyfus, alpha software, amnesty, army of muhammad, aspiration, atomic, bail, bang, baster, beta software, blowup, bombing run, boot, break, break up, bring on, bring out, brisance, burst, burst out, calve, catabolism, charge, chylomicron, cluster bomb, cluster headache, containment, corpus luteum, crock, darsana, deflate, deflated, dehisce, dehiscence, dehiscent, delayed action, demobilise, demobilize, derequisition, destructive metabolism, detonation, diabeta, discharge, disencumber, disengage, disentangle, dissimilation, dive-bombing, doorhandle, doorknob, dream, dreyfus, emission, erupt, erythrocytolysin, erythrolysin, excuse, exempt, exit, explosion, extricate, exudate, exude, fda, fission, flush, food and drug administration, fusion, gland, glipzide, glucotrol, glyburide, glycolysis, gnosticism, haematolysis, haemolysin, haemolysis, halon, hematolysis, hemolysin, hemolysis, histamine headache, hypothalamic releasing factor, hypothalamic releasing hormone, icsh, inactivate, indehiscent, interstitial cell-stimulating hormone, intumescence, intumescency, issue, jaish-e-muhammad, jaish-i-mohammed, jem, katabolism, kick, let go, let go of, let off, lh, luteinizing hormone, micronase, moksa, monogenesis, muster out, myringotomy, nitrogen fixation, nuclear, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, nuclear fusion reaction, ooze, ooze out, outlet, pardon, parole, percutaneous, phenyl salicylate, photoelectric emission, plosion, plosive, pop, preview, produce, protirelin, quittance, ransom, reagin, releasing factor, releasing hormone, relieve, relinquish, remit, rh, ripcord, rush, salol, salvo, secreter, secretor, secretory organ, skip-bomb, slack, sporulation, stampede, stipulate, supersonic, swelling, sympathomimetic, thermal pollution, thrill, thyrotropin-releasing factor, thyrotropin-releasing hormone, toggle, transcutaneous, transdermal, transdermic, transude, trf, trh, trigger, unbend, unclasp, uncork, unhitch, unleash, unlock, unspell, untangle, vx gas, way out, withdraw, writ of detinue, xenopus laevis

More general:
action, activity, air, announcement, bare, channel, channelize, conclusion, death, decease, deliverance, delivery, ending, exudate, exude, flow, give, hand, instrument, issue, legal document, legal instrument, merchandise, natural action, natural process, official document, ooze, ooze out, pass, pass on, product, publicise, publicize, reach, relinquishing, relinquishment, rescue, saving, stream, supply, termination, transfer, transmit, transport, transude, turn over, wares

acquittance, bring out, departure, discharge, dismissal, eject, exit, expel, expiration, firing, free, give up, going, handout, issue, let go, let go of, liberate, liberation, loose, loss, outlet, passing, press release, publish, put out, relinquish, sack, sacking, secrete, spill, spillage, tone ending, turn, unblock, unfreeze, unloose, waiver

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— Adjectives for release: slow, immediate, induced, histamine, sustained, controlled, early, emotional, sudden, final, quick, more...

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