libber libber

Definition(s):

  • (n) a supporter of feminism

Usage(s):

  1. Federer is a pleasure seeker, the best ad-libber in the game.
  2. No ad-libber, he has to stick to his painfully prepared script, feels that a lot of mugging thrown in for a visual audience is a sin against his radio listeners.
  3. It was tough to be called a libber, even if you took pride in the politics, and those at first were mean.

News

  • Who’s the Boss?

    When I was a teenager, one of my first boyfriends used to say, “Who’s the boss?” whenever I voiced a different opinion than he did. My older brother would say, “You’ve always been a woman’s libber!” in response to any disagreement with him. When I held an executive position in a fast-moving company that required […] The post Who’s the Boss? appeared first on Laguna Beach Independent Newspaper ...
    on May 2, 2014     Source: The Laguna Beach Independent

Quotes

  1. "I was the first women's libber on TV. I worked with men, made the same money and was treated the same way," Rose Marie said. "A lot of girls told me they became writers because of me."
    on May 5, 2004 By: Rose Marie Source: MSNBC

  2. "Jay, in particular, is an amazing ad-libber. I think when we sat down with him, he was a little nervous, as was the crew, that we were going to take the film in another direction and will this movie ever end? Then we told him what we wanted to do,...
    on Mar 25, 2010 By: Dean DeBlois Source: Toronto Star

  3. "The banner reminds me it's getting closer," Niehaus said. "I have to begin thinking seriously about my speech. I basically know what I want to say and the people I want to thank. It's going to be from the heart. I'm more of an ad-libber than...
    on Apr 2, 2008 By: Dave Niehaus Source: Seattle Times

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