Another word for liberty
Freedom from bondage
Freedom from occupation
Freedom to choose
The rights supposedly natural to man
freedom, free speech, suffrage, autonomy, sovereignty, franchise, independence, enfranchisement, freedom from arbitrary government, freedom from despotic government, power of choice, right of habeas corpus, affranchisement, opportunity, right, immunity, privilege, exemption, birthright, self-government, education, enlightenment, bail, life, self-development, self-determination, autarchy; see also democracy 2. See syn. study at freedom.
be too familiar, be too impertinent, act too freely, use carelessly; see abuse 1.
Another word for libertynoun
The state of not being in confinement or servitude:emancipation, freedom, liberation, manumission. See free
The condition of being politically free:autonomy, freedom, independence, independency, self-government, sovereignty. See dependence, free
Departure from normal rules or procedures:freedom, license. See restraint