Liberty synonyms

lĭb'ər-tē
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The right to unrestricted use; full access:
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Speech protected from government restraint by legal means, such as the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
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Firmness of character or action; determination:
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Act of delivering, the state of being delivered, or something delivered.
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The act of setting free from the power of another, from slavery, subjection, dependence, or controlling influence
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That or those remaining:
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An act of departing; a farewell:
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Unbending; recreation; a state or occupation intended to give mental or bodily relief after effort.
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Authorisation; consent (especially formal consent from someone in authority)
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One of a number of possible choices or courses of action:
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A vote or voting; esp., a vote in favor of some candidate or issue
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The definition of autonomy is independence in one's thoughts or actions.
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The status, dominion, rule, or power of a sovereign
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The right to market a product or provide a service, often exclusive for a specified area, as granted by a manufacturer or company
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(Archaic) Sufficient income for comfortable self-support; a competence.
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The rights supposedly natural to man
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The rights supposedly natural to man
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The rights supposedly natural to man
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The rights supposedly natural to man
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The act of freeing; enfranchisement.
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A chance for progress or advancement, as in a career.
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A legal or moral entitlement.
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The quality or condition of being immune:
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Such an advantage, immunity, or right held as a prerogative of status or rank, and exercised to the exclusion or detriment of others.
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An exempting or being exempted; freedom or release from a liability, obligation, etc.; immunity
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Something owed since birth, due to inheritance.
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Government of a group by the action of its own members, as in electing representatives to make its laws
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(Countable) Facts, skills and ideas that have been learned, either formally or informally.
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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.
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An arch or hoop, such as one of those used to support the top of a covered wagon.
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A source of vitality; an animating force:
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Efforts toward self-fulfillment, either through formal study programs or on one's own
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Determination of one's own fate or course of action without compulsion; free will.
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An autocratic government; an autocracy.
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Leisure is defined as freedom from work, school or other responsibilities and tasks.
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Recreation is defined as the act of making something for the second time, or refreshment of the mind, body or spirit through play and relaxation.
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The definition of choice is the act of making a selection or the person or thing which is selected.
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Something selected.
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The principles of social equality and respect for the individual within a community.
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Freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech).
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The state of being enslaved or the practice of slavery.
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The definition of captivity is the state of being trapped, imprisoned or confined.
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The state of being restricted or confined within prescribed bounds:
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The state of being a serf.
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Work imposed as punishment for crime
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A condition of hard work and subjection:
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The state of being subjected.
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(Uncountable) control or caution; reserve
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A confinement in a place, especially a prison.
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Formerly, strangulation, as in hernia.
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The act of detaining in legal custody:
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Civil rights and freedoms such as the freedom from enslavement, freedom from torture, and right to a fair trial.
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The right to participate in determining the form, choosing the officials, making the laws, and carrying on the functions of one's government
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The act or process of trying to achieve equal rights and status.
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A freeing or being freed from slavery; emancipation
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(Ecclesiastical history) The principle that each individual religious congregation is from any external ecclesiastical control, as by a bishop.
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(Hurling) The usual means of restarting play after a foul is committed, where the non-offending team restarts from where the foul was committed.
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The state of being dependent, of relying upon another.
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Familiarity is defined as knowledge of someone or something, or to a feeling of comfort and closeness with someone or something.
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An improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing.
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An instance of indecorous behavior or action.
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Free time given to sailors of the military navy when they are off duty and allowed to disembark and spend time on land.
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A leave of absence or vacation, especially one granted to a member of the armed forces.
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