- freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.
- freedom from external or foreign rule; independence.
- freedom from control, interference, obligation, restriction, hampering conditions, etc.; power or right of doing, thinking, speaking, etc., according to choice.
- freedom from captivity, confinement, or physical restraint: The prisoner soon regained his liberty.
- permission granted to a sailor, especially in the navy, to go ashore.
- freedom or right to frequent or use a place: The visitors were given the liberty of the city.
- unwarranted or impertinent freedom in action or speech, or a form or instance of it: to take liberties.
- a female figure personifying freedom from despotism.
liberty 的近义词 38 个
- carte blanche
- free speech
- power of choice
liberty 的反义词 12 个
- As the public school we are not at liberty to provide that information.
- Women and men who believed so fiercely in the promise of equality, liberty, and justice for all.
- The pandemic has accelerated this attrition of individual liberties.
- The challenge has always been to balance our national security needs while protecting civil liberties.
- Minority groups have, for the most part, gone along with restrictions on their liberty for the sake of the health of all.
- At this point Marvin gives his Liberty Valance smile, the kind that makes you wish you could disintegrate in front of him.
- Finally, Van Cleef and Martin realize Liberty is going too far.
- The first day of Liberty, I was hanging around waiting for Ford to come in.
- But Liberty is always dipping his shoulder, whirling around.
- We are looking forward to working closely with this champion of liberty.
- Whether advocates and orators had liberty to plead in causes, manifestly known to be unjust, vexatious, or oppressive?
- He worketh under correction, and seeketh to rest: let his hands be idle, and he seeketh liberty.
- It is a further refinement when the staunch little lover of liberty sets about "easing" the pressure of commands.
- He walked on, and thought of the rapt liberty of the soul in the sweet serenities of beautiful solitude.
- "And the first thing you did with your liberty was to come to Europe," said Miss Thangue, with a sympathetic smile.