liberty

[ lib-er-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF liberty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIBERTY

What was said in the registrar's office, Emma, or aren't you at liberty to tell me?

But I say to all men, what we have achieved in liberty, we will surpass in greater liberty.

We have saved a number of countries from losing their liberty.

They will test our courage, our devotion to duty, and our concept of liberty.

Liberty for all does not mean independence from one another.

Since I have seized my own liberty I am a fanatic for freedom.

If George Weston liked to live beyond his means, he was at liberty to do it for me.

That it is impossible to deprive men of the liberty of saying what they think.

I do not know how to apologize enough for this letter; I know it is taking so great a liberty.

I took the liberty to put it where it belongs, or at least where it seemed to me that it belongs.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LIBERTY

shore leave

nounpermission to go ashore
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