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liberty

Definition of liberty:

part of speech: noun

Freedom from restraint; the enjoyment of civil, political, and religious rights; privilege; leave; freedom or power of choice, as opposed to necessity; neglect of the observance of the laws of propriety and courtesy; the liberties, as of a city, the limits within which certain privileges or immunities are enjoyed; at liberty, free; unrestrained; liberty of the press, freedom to print and publish without legal control and interference.

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