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1983, David Leslie Wagner, ''The Seven liberal arts in the Middle Ages''
2008, Donal G. Mulcahy, ''The Educated Person: Toward a New Paradigm for Liberal Education'' (ISBN)
Generous; willing to give unsparingly.
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1896, in ''Ice and refrigeration'', volume 11, page 93:
- For this reason a liberal amount of piping should be used. If a liberal supply of piping is provided at first, the first cost will of course be greater, but the extra expenditure is called for but once.
- Myself, my brother, and this grieved count,
- Did see her, hear her, at that hour last night,
- Talk with a ruffian at her chamber-window;
- Who hath indeed, most like a liberal villain,
- Confess'd the vile encounters they have had
- A thousand times in secret.
Widely open to new ideas, willing to depart from established opinions or conventions; permissive.
One with liberal views, supporting individual liberty (see liberalism|Wikipedia's article on Liberalism).
Someone left-wing; one with a left-wing ideology.
A supporter of any of several liberal parties.
One who favors individual voting rights, human and civil rights, and laissez-faire markets (q).
widely open to new ideas, willing to depart from established opinions or conventions; permissive.
open to political or social changes and reforms associated with either classical or modern liberalism.
appropriate for a free person