Did you two ever disagree when you wanted to take liberties and he wanted to stick to the facts?
Still another musician who delights to take liberties with his score is the towhee bunting, or chewink.
You know that it does not do to take liberties in a position like mine.
It is not so, however, for there is enough and to spare of men who think that they are geniuses, and take liberties accordingly.
I'll take liberties with it, for, without doubt, our host will not object.
You have a fine constitution, and think that you can take liberties with it; but some day it will pay you, mark my words!
Keep company with no man who presumes to take liberties with a lady.
I ventured to ask; for Gaetà was so frank about her affairs that one was sometimes led inadvertently to take liberties.
You must be careful not to allow any one to take liberties with you.
He's beginning to take liberties with what he thinks is his reputation.'