Relieved in a sentence

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How to use relieved in a sentence. Relieved pronunciation.

She was not one of the most foolish of her sex, but it relieved her when Clarence moved away.
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Emmeline was both relieved and surprised; she had not thought it possible for the girl to conduct herself at such a juncture with such perfect propriety.
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Turgenev thoroughly relieved his mind in "Smoke;" and in the novel that followed it, "Torrents of Spring," he omitted politics and "movements" altogether, and confined himself to human nature in its eternal aspect.
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He was indeed relieved of his burden, like Christian at the sight of the Cross.
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From that time she began to improve; the paroxysms of pain grew less, and disappeared; her nervousness was relieved, she could sleep, her mind was full of peace.
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THE SEWING GIRL RELIEVED JUST IN TIME.
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Shortly after, the mother, after long hours of restlessness and suffering, fell into a deep sleep and awoke relieved of pain and much refreshed.
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Thus the Lord in answer to prayer, relieved his necessities, eased his creditors, gave him knowledge and intelligence of profitable ways of trade, and helped him freely according to his faith.
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The Emperor was grave; but paternal tenderness diffused over his face an expression of happiness, and it might have been said that he felt himself half relieved of the burdens of the Empire on seeing the august child who seemed destined to receive it one day from the hands of his father.
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Mrs. Damerel seemed relieved, but pursued her questioning.
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She was unspeakably relieved by the events of the afternoon; it would now depend upon her own choice whether she preserved her secret, or declared herself a married woman.
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Had _Mordaunt_ got up and given these feckless brethren a sound hiding I should have been relieved, but he preferred to make them squirm by using his steely eyes.
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This room, like the other, was furnished in a style of severe elegance, relieved by tasteful ornament.
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It was a Christ the pallid white relieved by a medallion of dark velvet.
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The somewhat severe oval of her face was relieved by a pair of bright black eyes that seemed to grow larger as she sang.
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She leaned out as if to breathe the fresh air, and her profile was sharply relieved against the bright light behind her, in which the others formed a group around the priest, who once more donned his spectacles, and drew from his pocket a paper that appeared to be a manuscript.
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The day when I shall be at ease with him, and when I can show him my good sense and gratitude-if that day ever comes-I shall be relieved of a great weight on my mind, for truly I sometimes fear he looks on me as a child.
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She was relieved on the 10th of about 200 men, thus slightly lightening her overcrowded condition.
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Sergeant Weigle was subsequently appointed first sergeant of Co. L., 9th Infantry, and of the Gatling Gun Detachment, vice Weischaar, relieved at his own request.
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Duncan, of the 21st Infantry, states that this relieved his battalion of an enfilading fire, and was a valuable service to them.
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Examples of Relieved

Example #1
The next morning Louise was an hour late for breakfast.
Example #2
Emmeline, with fancy work in her hands, watched the two.
Example #3
An outbreak of ill-temper, perhaps of insolence, had seemed more than likely; at best she looked for tears and entreaties.
Example #4
Therewith Louise stood up and, smiling, withdrew.
Example #5
For this very reason the book attracted little attention in Russia, and is usually dismissed in one sentence by the critics.
Example #6
Irina is a firework, Tanya a star; and even the biggest skyrockets, that illuminate all the firmament, do not for long conceal the stars.