a political party in Great Britain, formed about 1830 as a fusion of Whigs and Radicals and constituting one of the dominant British parties in the 19th and early part of the 20th centuries.
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one of the former major political parties in Britain; in 1988 merged with the Social Democratic Party to form the Social and Liberal Democrats; renamed the Liberal Democrats in 1989
one of the major political parties in Australia, a conservative party, generally opposed to the Labor Party
one of the major political parties in Canada, generally representing viewpoints between those of the Progressive Conservative Party and the New Democratic Party
any other party supporting liberal policies
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