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synonyms for liberally

  • broadly
  • chiefly
  • generally
  • mostly
  • predominantly
  • principally
  • widely
  • abundantly
  • as a rule
  • by and large
  • commodiously
  • comprehensively
  • considerably
  • copiously
  • expansively
  • extensively
  • extravagantly
  • generously
  • grandly
  • immoderately
  • imposingly
  • in a big way
  • in a grand manner
  • lavishly
  • magnificently
  • mainly
  • on a large scale
  • overall
  • primarily
  • prodigally
  • prodigiously
  • voluminously
  • handsomely
  • freely
  • lavishly
  • abundantly
  • amply
  • profusely
  • munificently
  • bountifully
  • charitably
  • copiously
  • openhandedly
  • prodigally
  • unsparingly
  • unstintingly
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How to use liberally in a sentence

While the fire is getting hot, assemble a cake mix in a bowl and oil a cast-iron Dutch oven liberally.
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Fortunately, you can still move by swinging your arms back and forth, an alternative I employed liberally after my knees started aching.
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New benefits negotiated by my union include four hours of paid leave per shot to get vaccinated and a clear policy that paid sick leave can be used liberally for covid-related matters.
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So using the natural form of the pesticide often entails applying it more often and more liberally.
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That may mean, in part, ordering takeout liberally from favorite restaurants when dining in isn’t safe.
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Radford is the only player averaging more than 30 minutes, with Young substituting liberally to keep the lineup on the court as fresh as possible down the stretch.
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I couldn’t drain them, despite using fans and lights liberally and running the fridge from the moment I picked up the trailer until I got home.
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Rebuilding is a word that has been used liberally the past several months.
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He paid for the lunch, and tipped the waiters so liberally that they all hoped he would come again often.
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WORDS RELATED TO LIBERALLY

  • abundantly
  • acceptably
  • adequately
  • appropriately
  • bountifully
  • capaciously
  • completely
  • copiously
  • enough
  • extensively
  • fittingly
  • generously
  • greatly
  • lavishly
  • liberally
  • plenteously
  • plentifully
  • profusely
  • properly
  • richly
  • rightly
  • satisfactorily
  • substantially
  • suitably
  • thoroughly
  • well
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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