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līberālis e, adj. with comp. and sup.

1 liber, of freedom, relating to freedom : nam ego liberali illam adsero causā manu, formally assert that she is free-born , T.: Coniugium, of free persons , T.Befitting a freeman, dignified, honorable, ingenuous, gracious : forma praeter ceteras, T.: liberalissima studia: spes liberalioris fortunae, of a higher station , L.: responsum, gracious.—Bountiful, generous, munificent, liberal : liberales (sunt), qui aes alienum suscipiunt amicorum: liberalissimi et beneficentissimi: ex sociorum fortunis, S.: pecuniae, S.: viaticum, ample : epulae, Ta.

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