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    To lighten oneself off the burden

    Is it right?
    She poured out her heart and lightened herself off the burden.

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    Re: To lighten oneself off the burden

    Quote Originally Posted by honeyhoney View Post
    Is it right?
    She poured out her heart and lightened herself off the burden.
    No. It would be OK with "of" instead of "off".

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