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Another word for liberty

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Noun
  1. The state of not being in confinement or servitude

      1. A freeing or being freed from slavery; emancipation
      1. The act of liberating or the state of being liberated.
      2. The act or process of trying to achieve equal rights and status.
      3. The securing of equal social and economic rights
      1. Exemption or liberation from the control of some other person or some arbitrary power; liberty; independence
      2. The condition of not being subject to a despotic or oppressive power; civil liberty.
      3. The condition of not being constrained or restricted in a specific aspect of life by a government or other power:
      1. The condition of being emancipated.
      2. The act or an instance of emancipating.
    See also:

    free

  2. The condition of being politically free

      1. The status, dominion, rule, or power of a sovereign
      2. Supremacy of authority or rule as exercised by a sovereign or sovereign state.
      3. Complete independence and self-government.
      1. Government of a group by the action of its own members, as in electing representatives to make its laws
      2. Popular or representative government; democracy.
      3. Political independence; autonomy.
      1. An independent territory or state.
      2. (Ecclesiastical history) The principle that each individual religious congregation is from any external ecclesiastical control, as by a bishop.
      3. Independence.
      1. (Archaic) Sufficient income for comfortable self-support; a competence.
      2. (Now Rare) An income sufficient for a livelihood
      3. The state or quality of being independent; freedom from dependence; exemption from reliance on, or control by others; self-subsistence or maintenance; direction of one's own affairs without interference.
      1. Exemption or liberation from the control of some other person or some arbitrary power; liberty; independence
      2. Exemption from arbitrary restrictions on a specified civil right; civil or political liberty
      3. The condition of not being subject to a despotic or oppressive power; civil liberty.
      1. Self-government with respect to local or internal affairs:
      2. The condition or quality of being autonomous; independence.
      3. The fact or condition of being autonomous; self-government; independence
  3. Departure from normal rules or procedures

      1. Freedom to deviate from strict conduct, rule, or practice, generally permitted by common consent
      2. Poetic license.
      3. Excessive, undisciplined freedom, constituting an abuse of liberty
      1. Exemption or liberation from the control of some other person or some arbitrary power; liberty; independence
      2. The capacity to act by choice rather than by determination, as from fate or a deity; free will:
      3. The condition of not being constrained or restricted in a specific aspect of life by a government or other power:
    See also:

    restraint

Another word for liberty

Noun
  1. Freedom from bondage

    See also:

    freedom

  2. Freedom from occupation

      1. (Physics) The return or adjustment of a system to equilibrium following displacement or abrupt change.
      2. A relaxing or being relaxed; loosening, lessening of severity, etc.
      3. A lessening of or rest from work, worry, or effort
      1. An act of departing; a farewell:
      2. Permission to do something.
      3. Permission to be absent from duty or work, esp. such permission given to personnel in the armed services
      1. The condition of being settled or resolved:
      2. A period of inactivity, relaxation, or sleep:
      3. The repose of death:
  3. Freedom to choose

      1. The act of reaching a conclusion or of passing of judgment on an issue under consideration:
      2. A conclusion or judgment reached after consideration:
      3. Firmness of character or action; determination:
      1. A situation presenting a choice between two mutually exclusive possibilities:
      2. One of a number of possible choices or courses of action:
      3. A choice or course of action that is mutually exclusive with another:
      1. An authorization to do something, as to quote from a book under copyright.
      2. The act of permitting; esp., formal consent; leave; license
      3. The act of permitting, especially in giving formal consent; authorization:
  4. The rights supposedly natural to man

      1. A country under such rule.
      2. Self-government; a condition of economic self-sufficiency or national independence.
      3. Absolute rule or power; autocracy.
      1. Determination of one's own fate or course of action without compulsion; free will.
      2. The act or power of making up one's own mind about what to think or do, without outside influence or compulsion
      3. The right of a people to decide upon its own political status or form of government, without outside influence
      1. Development of one's capabilities or potentialities.
      2. Efforts toward self-fulfillment, either through formal study programs or on one's own
      1. A living being, especially a person:
      2. The activities of a given time or in a given setting, and the people who take part in them
      3. Something that actually exists regarded as a subject for an artist:
      1. The person or persons giving bail
      2. Money, a bond, etc. deposited with the court to obtain the temporary release of an arrested person on the assurance that the person will obey the court's orders, as by appearing for trial
      3. An arch or hoop, such as one of those used to support the top of a covered wagon.
      1. (Buddhism & Hinduism) A state in which the individual transcends desire and suffering and attains nirvana.
      2. The act or a means of enlightening.
      3. A philosophical movement of the 1700s that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions and that brought about many humanitarian reforms. Used with the.
      1. The field of study that is concerned with the pedagogy of teaching and learning.
      2. Knowledge, ability, etc. thus developed
      3. An instructive or enlightening experience:
      1. Political independence; autonomy.
      2. Government of a group by the action of its own members, as in electing representatives to make its laws
      3. Popular or representative government; democracy.
      1. Something owed since birth, due to inheritance.
      2. A right or the rights that a person has because of being born in a certain family, nation, etc.
      3. A right, possession, or privilege that is one's due by birth.
      1. Excuse from performance of a legal duty, such as release from serving in the military or as a juror.
      2. The deduction of a certain amount in the computation of net income with regard to taxation, allowed for an individual, that individual's dependents, and certain characteristics, such as blindness or age.
      3. An exempting or being exempted; freedom or release from a liability, obligation, etc.; immunity
      1. The principle of granting and maintaining a special right or immunity:
      2. A basic civil right, guaranteed by a government
      3. A special advantage, immunity, permission, right, or benefit granted to or enjoyed by an individual, class, or caste.
      1. Resistance to or protection against a specified disease; power to resist infection, esp. as a result of antibody formation
      2. (Law) Exemption from certain generally applicable requirements of law or from certain liabilities, granted to special groups of people to facilitate the performance of their public functions:
      3. Exemption from prosecution granted to a witness to compel him or her to give potentially self-incriminating testimony that otherwise could not be compelled because of the constitutional right against self-incrimination.
      1. Something that is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature.
      2. What is right, or just, lawful, morally good, proper, correct, etc.
      3. (Baseball) Right field.
      1. A chance for progress or advancement, as in a career.
      2. A chance for advancement, progress or profit.
      3. A combination of circumstances favorable for the purpose; fit time
      1. (Now Rare) An income sufficient for a livelihood
      2. (Archaic) Sufficient income for comfortable self-support; a competence.
      3. The state or quality of being independent; freedom from dependence; exemption from reliance on, or control by others; self-subsistence or maintenance; direction of one's own affairs without interference.
      1. (Sports) The collection of organizations in the history of a sports team; the tradition of a sports team as an entity, extending beyond the contemporary organization.
      2. A right or privilege officially granted to a person, a group of people, or a company by a government.
      3. A privilege or right granted by law, especially the right to vote in the election of public officials.
      1. Complete independence and self-government.
      2. Supremacy of authority or rule as exercised by a sovereign or sovereign state.
      3. The status, dominion, rule, or power of a sovereign
      1. A self-governing state, community, or group.
      2. The fact or condition of being autonomous; self-government; independence
      3. Self-government or the right of self-government; self-determination.
      1. A vote or voting; esp., a vote in favor of some candidate or issue
      2. A vote cast in deciding a disputed question or in electing a person to office.
      3. The right to vote, esp. in political elections; franchise
      1. Speech protected from government restraint by legal means, such as the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
      2. (Chiefly US, law) The right to express an opinion in public without being restrained or censored.
      1. The condition of being free of restraints, especially the ability to act without control or interference by another or by circumstance:
      2. The right to unrestricted use; full access:
      3. The condition of not being constrained or restricted in a specific aspect of life by a government or other power: