verb (used with or without object), lib·er·al·ized, lib·er·al·iz·ing.
- liberation theology
Origin of liberalize
Examples from the Web for liberalize
They warm the heart; they enlarge and liberalize our minds; they animate our courage in a time of conflict.
Perhaps, also, it may sometimes have a contrary effect, and elevate and liberalize the feelings.The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1|Daniel Webster
"Tell me about this primary," said Peter, concluding that abstract political philosophy was not the way to liberalize Dennis.The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him|Paul Leicester Ford
To liberalize is to make free, as to free from narrow views or prejudices.Orthography|Elmer W. Cavins
So anything that tends to liberalize the family, to exorcise the ghost of the old patriarch, is agreeable.The Intelligence of Woman|W. L. George