liberty hall

  1. (sometimes capitals) informal a place or condition of complete liberty

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How to use liberty hall in a sentence

  • liberty hall,” they thought would be a good name to put on the roof of their log-cabin.

    The Boy Settlers | Noah Brooks
  • The building was known as liberty hall, and formed a conspicuous structure in the village.

  • During the Larkin crisis, when the transport workers and dockers went out on strike, she opened a "soup kitchen" at liberty hall.

    Six days of the Irish Republic | Louis Redmond-Howard
  • A phrase that seems to have done great harm, and was specially singled out by the men of liberty hall, was "Shoot him!"

    Six days of the Irish Republic | Louis Redmond-Howard
  • Whichello Towers was more than a great house, it was a home, a northern liberty hall, surrounded by woods and big breezy moors.