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    Relief

    Hi guys,

    Can we say "I am very reliefed"?

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    Re: Relief

    No. "Relieved".

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    Re: Relief

    It has the same meaning as relief.

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    Re: Relief

    It is the past tense or past participle of the verb "relieve" and can be used as an adjective. "Relief" is a noun.

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