It taught us those kindly sentiments between nations which warm the heart, liberalize the mind, and animate the courage.
One is the desire to liberalize Christianity and make it more inclusive.
To liberalize is to make free, as to free from narrow views or prejudices.
So anything that tends to liberalize the family, to exorcise the ghost of the old patriarch, is agreeable.
At present the study of logic can hardly be said to liberalize and broaden the mind or to improve the temper.
He thought more of those branches of knowledge which tended to liberalize the mind than of Latin and Greek.
The Dominicans and Jesuits set their faces like flint against all education tending to liberalize the mind.
"Tell me about this primary," said Peter, concluding that abstract political philosophy was not the way to liberalize Dennis.
Perhaps, also, it may sometimes have a contrary effect, and elevate and liberalize the feelings.
The provinces were encouraged to liberalize their franchise regulations, but not to abandon the prevailing electoral system.