liberal[ lib-er-uhl, lib-ruhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF liberal
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They were never allowed to learn any liberal art, or to sing manly songs.
His life has been that of his century—progressive, liberal, humanitarian in its trend.
Mr. Gladstone was hailed everywhere as the leader of the Liberal party.
Mr. Robert Lowe, a Liberal, became one of its most powerful assailants.
This was regarded as the bugle-call to the Liberal party for the coming battle.
A liberal discount to booksellers, news agents, and canvassers.
He will not only be a Prince now, but a master "without a parallel" in the liberal arts.
Most liberal contributor to the cause of education that there is in Canada.
By the most liberal interpretation no phrase of his could be construed as a reflection on the stranger.
As a general thing $25 should be a liberal allowance for this work.