- a person who follows a way of life that freely indulges the appetites, desires, etc.
Origin of free liver
First recorded in 1705–15
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Examples from the Web for free liver
To a free-liver, as she believes me to be, who has her in his power!
He, already a free-thinker, was now revealed as a free-liver.Saint's Progress
What was Raphael, the free-liver, thinking of when he drew his Madonnas?The Hearts of Men
His rich voluptuous strain has more of the poet than the free-liver, and his general tone is curiously modern.Studies in Medival Life and Literature
Edward Tompkins McLaughlin
Every free-liver would not say this, nor think thus—every argument he uses, condemnatory of his own actions, as some would think.