Synonyms for Emancipated:

adj.

all (adjective)
liberated.
free (adjective)
unchained, liberated, Disencumbered, wide-open, untied, unrestricted, unfettered, unbound, disentangled, unleashed, released, free, Reprieved, disentwined, independent.
liberated (adjective)
loose, Disengaged, free, liberated.
rescued (adjective)
extricated, Delivered, saved, rescued, relieved, assisted.

n.

independent, by choice, self-sufficient, self-supporting, what you/they will, autonomous, self-reliant, voluntary. sexism, feminist, suffragette, glass ceiling, the women's movement, feminism, sexist, sexual politics.

v.

freed (verb)
eased.
liberated (verb)
dismissed, Disengaged, set free, let loose, freed, cleared.
rescued (verb)
extricated, Delivered, saved, rescued, relieved, assisted.

Other synonyms:

self-sufficient, self-reliant, sexism, glass ceiling, sexual politics, feminist, feminism, self-supporting, sexist, the women's movement. autonomous. independent. voluntary. Other relevant words:
self-sufficient, sexism, feminist, voluntary, self-supporting, sexist, suffragette, feminism, autonomous, independent, self-reliant.

Usage examples for emancipated

  1. You represent something new to my experience, something which seems almost a contradiction- an emancipated Church." – The Inside of the Cup, Volume 5 by Winston Churchill
  2. Elections, I should have said, going back once more to the beginning, opening to emancipated women. – San Cristóbal de la Habana by Joseph Hergesheimer
  3. Consequently, if a man die leaving two children, one emancipated and the other in his power at the time of his decease, the latter is sole heir by the civil law, as being the only family heir; but through the former's being admitted to part of the inheritance by the indulgence of the praetor, the family heir becomes heir to part of the inheritance only. – The Institutes of Justinian by Caesar Flavius Justinian