Definitions of "liberty"
  1. The state of being free from external constraints or coercion in pursuing personal choices, provided those choices are lawful and do not harm others
  2. The state of experiencing the same rights as others in a society, without unfair limitations or interruptions
  3. The condition of not being physically restricted or constrained
  4. The state of being free from the control or demands of someone else who claims ownership or services
How to use "liberty" in a sentence
  1. The First Amendment protects the liberty of individuals to express their opinions without fear of governmental interference.
  2. Personal liberty is a fundamental right which includes the freedom to move about and live where one chooses.
  3. The pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness is a key principle that shapes American laws and societal norms.

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