Definition of "liberative"
  1. Having the purpose or effect of freeing or releasing, such as from ownership or duty
How to use "liberative" in a sentence
  1. The court deemed the contract to be liberative, thus releasing the individual from their obligations.
  2. Liberative provisions in the agreement gave the employee freedom from any further commitments to the company.
  3. Certain clauses in the lease were considered liberative, resulting in the tenant's release from property ownership.

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