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Definition of "lib" []

  • Informal A movement that seeks to achieve equal rights for a group; liberation. (noun)

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Use "lib" in a sentence
  • "Since that period and in the tide of French principles (for I will not proftltute the term lib* erty) other regulations have taken place which clearly fhevv of what avail our certificates of naturalization or our protection to foreigners would have been, had thst nation been able to keep: any thing like a fleet at fea."
  • "However, I think you might fall in the category of those who believe that both parties are corrupt beyond redemption … what makes us wary were the warning signs … such as your screenname (lib is a common term of “endearment” that conservatives and teabaggers use)"
  • "So what you feel trumps my facts that are based solely on her own words, how lib is that!"