tolerant and open-minded;free from prejudice
giving or given generously
supporting or allowing some change, e.g. in political or religious affairs
neither close nor very exact
"a broad political stance"
"generous and broad sympathies"
"a liberal newspaper"
"tolerant of his opponent's opinions"
"was a big tipper"
"the bounteous goodness of God"
"a freehanded host"
"a handsome allowance"
"Saturday's child is loving and giving"
"a liberal backer of the arts"
"a munificent gift"
"her fond and openhanded grandfather"
"a loose interpretation of what she had been told"
"a free translation of the poem"
Agriculture was held the most liberal employment in old Rome.
出自： C. Middleton
They are permitted..to emerge out of that low rank into a more liberal condition.
Countries which neither mercantile avidity nor liberal curiosity had ever impelled any stranger to explore.
出自： Ld Macaulay