from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A proponent of liberation for a group.
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- n. One who supports liberation for some group; as a women's libber.
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- n. a supporter of feminism
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Maybe somebody on the right can give us all a logical and I empha logical explanation of why the so-called "libber media" would want to destroy the Herminator
The vaudeville star Eddie Cantor called Linkletter the best ad-libber in radio.
June 4, 2009 at 12:03 pm sounz lyke libber pickled in Guiness.
Mai sun lostid himz beluvvid boikitteh a few monfs ago wif teh fatteh libber.
This reads very much like a womens' libber thread.
OpEdNews - Article: Palin: conservative Christian or women's libber (al)
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We thot he mite haz teh kidnee prollumz or libber prollumz,but teh lymph gland tests show nuffing Bad!
February 29, 2008 at 6:24 pm but on teh ICHC ai kin imbibz as muchly as ai want an mai libber weel nebber no teh diffrence
For a would-be NFL lineman who never made it to the league after injuring his knee in tryouts, Madden might be the NFL's most successful ad-libber.