Origin of liberal
SYNONYMS FOR liberal
Examples from the Web for liberally
But the show has won its adherents for more than just the neck-snapping plot twists that liberally pepper the narrative.‘Game of Thrones’: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Parks and Rec’ Writers on Why They Love the HBO Drama|Jace Lacob|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To turn the tables, imagine if these public conversations were liberally sprinkled with references to fashion, or yoga.
Next day he spread the buck's hide out on the ground and drenched it liberally with the product of deer-brains.The Blazed Trail|Stewart Edward White
This appeal was liberally and promptly responded to by the residents of Bristol and Clifton.The Bristol Royal Mail|R. C. Tombs
They held frequent talks with them and supplied them liberally with goods and munitions of war.Great Indian Chief of the West|Benjamin Drake
They, in various attitudes, took greedily of the venison pottage, and liberally washed it down with ale.The Black Arrow|Robert Louis Stevenson
Morris Perlmutter's front parlor represented an eclectic taste, and the fine arts had been liberally patronized in its decoration.Potash & Perlmutter|Montague Glass
British Dictionary definitions for liberally (1 of 2)
Derived Formsliberally, adverbliberalness, noun
Word Origin for liberal
British Dictionary definitions for liberally (2 of 2)
Culture definitions for liberally
A descriptive term for persons, policies, and beliefs associated with liberalism.