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Definition of "illiberality" [il•lib•er•al•i•ty]

  • The condition of being illiberal (noun)
  • An illiberal word or action (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "illiberality" in a sentence
  • "When such illiberality is made public (by myself or anyone else who wishes to post), I for one would appreciate a response that clearly deals with the issue under discussion and NOT the character of the person making the remarks."
  • "Obj. 4: Further, the Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 1) mentions many kinds of vices as belonging to covetousness which he calls illiberality, for he speaks of those who are "sparing, tight-fisted, skinflints"
  • "Reply Obj. 1: Chrysostom and the Philosopher are speaking of covetousness in the first sense: covetousness in the second sense is called illiberality [* _aneleutheria_] by the Philosopher."