liberality : Definition, Usages, News and More

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li buh ra luh tee

  • n  an inclination to favor progress and individual freedom
  • n  the trait of being generous in behavior and temperament

  • As for his alleged liberality, in his published writings Calvo Serer has called for a monarchy in which both the Cortes (parliament) and the Council of Realm would be only .
  • Aside from being a tribute to the liberality of the French judicial system (at least on free-speech matters), It's Hard Being Loved by Jerks is the briskest, most hilarious and, in .
  • She's the paragon of wit, grit and liberality.
News & Articles

  • Letter: Devoted
    Robbins Winslow, Naples: I bind unto myself today the manifold manifestations of liberalism and the strong name of liberty itself, by invocation of the grand spirit of liberality always and forever.
    July 10, 2013 - Naples Daily News

  • SM Krishna in Hindustan Times
    Trying to soften Tharoor's "liberality vs security debate" on twitter, a social networking site, Krishna said the government will go by the home ministry's guidelines and stressed differences over issues should not be discussed in public.
  • Garry Wills in Los Angeles Times
    Wills agrees with Perry Miller's contention that the founders were of a "liberality of spirit which must forever and properly remain a scandal to the rank and file of professing American Christians."
  • William Blackstone in Philadelphia Inquirer
    William Blackstone, the greatest of the common-law thinkers, wrote that judges are "the depositories of the laws; the living oracles" responsible for deciding cases with "liberality of sentiment" so as to avoid "manifestly absurd or...

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