license[ lahy-suh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF license
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LICENSE
But the license is actually got: the parson is provided: the pedant Brand is the man.
His license as pastor of the Baptist chapel at Bedford was issued on the 9th.
And to some extent, every one, a poet be he or a cobbler, enjoys such a license.
He ain't got any license to run a mile with a leg like that!
I love liberty myself, but it mustn't degenerate into license.
Toward evening I can go down to where he lies and take the license with me.
Their meeting itself was illegal, and our license has been abused.
Isn't there a way of getting a Bishop's license to marry in a week?
His name was not on the signboard, and the license was for another person.
Don't you see that all this license is one of the prices of liberty?