[ ɡˈɜːdz ˈɪn], [ ɡˈɜːdz ˈɪn], [ ɡ_ˈɜː_d_z ˈɪ_n]
The antonyms for "girds in" are to release, to free, to liberate, to unshackle, to loosen, to untie, and to unbind. These antonyms are the opposite of the meaning of "girds in," which means to confine or enclose something or someone tightly. These words suggest a sense of freedom and liberation, which implies that the confinement has been terminated or lifted. In some cases, the liberation can bring joy and relief, especially to those who have been confined against their will. The antonyms for "girds in" represent the opposite of restriction and remind us of the importance of freedom in our lives.
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