Associations to the word «Liberty»
Pictures for the word «Liberty»
LIBERTY, noun. The condition of being free from control or restrictions.
LIBERTY, noun. The condition of being free from imprisonment, slavery or forced labour.
LIBERTY, noun. The condition of being free to act, believe or express oneself as one chooses.
LIBERTY, noun. Freedom from excessive government control.
LIBERTY, noun. A short period when a sailor is allowed ashore.
LIBERTY, noun. A breach of social convention (often liberties).
LIBERTY, noun. A local government unit in medieval England – see liberty.
LIBERTY BODICE, noun. (UK) (now) (historical) A tight, sleeveless under-bodice, originally as typically worn by children to allow for more freedom of movement than a corset.
LIBERTY CABBAGE, noun. (US) (historical) (nationalist) sauerkraut
LIBERTY CABBAGE, noun. Alternative spelling of liberty cabbage
LIBERTY CAP, noun. A brimless felt cap, such as the Phrygian cap or pileus, emblematic of a slave's manumission in the ancient world.
LIBERTY CAP, noun. A magic mushroom, Psilocybe semilanceata
LIBERTY CAP, proper noun. A celebrated granite dome in Yosemite National Park
LIBERTY CAP, proper noun. An unusual hot spring in Yellowstone National Park
LIBERTY CAP, proper noun. A prominent peak on Mount Rainier
LIBERTY CAPS, noun. Plural of liberty cap
LIBERTY ISLAND, proper noun. A small uninhabited island in New York Harbor, the location of the Statue of Liberty
LIBERTY MEASLES, noun. (obsolete) (diseases) (US) Synonym of German measles.
LIBERTY MEASLES, noun. Alternative letter-case form of Liberty measles
LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE, noun. The freedom to follow one's religious or ethical beliefs.
LIBERTY POLE, proper noun. An area of Hingham, Massachusetts, USA.
LIBERTY SPIKE, noun. A stiff spike formed of many strands of hair (while still attached to the head).
LIBERTY SPIKES, noun. Plural of liberty spike
LIBERTY TAKER, noun. (UK) (colloquial) a person who takes liberties; a disrespectful person.
LIBERTY, noun. Immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence.
LIBERTY, noun. Freedom of choice; "liberty of opinion"; "liberty of worship"; "liberty--perfect liberty--to think or feel or do just as one pleases"; "at liberty to choose whatever occupation one wishes".
LIBERTY, noun. Personal freedom from servitude or confinement or oppression.
LIBERTY, noun. Leave granted to a sailor or naval officer.
LIBERTY, noun. An act of undue intimacy.
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