illiberal

[ ih-lib-er-uhl, ih-lib-ruhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF illiberal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLIBERAL

First, Harsh and illiberal conduct on the part of the Banks.

When I asked what made them illiberal, he answered, "It is because they are liberal."

He is the expounder of Revolution in its compulsory and illiberal aspect.

Too illiberal, you think; and what would Mr. J. S. Mill say?

For friendship is noble and refined, whereas pleasure is vulgar and illiberal.

Would to God he had lived to defeat their selfish and illiberal schemes!

I am illiberal, if you like, but in the presence of those fellows I feel that I am facing enemies.

Anything less than that would be illiberal, mean, contemptible.

People may call this illiberal, if they please; the answer is obvious.

Now I am anything but illiberal—if anything, I err on the opposite side.

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