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Emeritus(n): esp. in a college or university, no longer holding the post (but keeping the title of the post) Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/emeritus

retired(adj):  stopped working permanently, mostly because of age

relieved(adj): no longer anxious/distressed

emancipated(adj): not limited socially or politically

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