Synonyms & Antonyms : Liberal





Liberal



( Adjective )


He is
liberal of promises, but not of money.

Synonyms:

Plentiful

Tolerant

Profuse

Free

Progressive

Generous

Flexible

Contextual Examples:

The current monsoons assure a
plentiful crop of food grains next year.

Unless Hindus and Muslims show the old
tolerant attitude, the age-long oneness may not be fully restored in Gujarat.

Madhuri shed
profuse tears on hearing of her husband’s death by a bomb in Jammu & Kashmir.

The new economic policy announced by the Finance minister gives a
free hand to private enterprise in its day-to-day functioning.



Antonyms:

Scanty

Grasping

Low

Mean

Contextual Examples:

The
scanty rains this year in some of the state in India may adversely affect the total availability of food grains.

Our boss has a
grasping temperament. He seldom looks to the other’s view point.

I am feeling very
low today. The news of the air crash has upset my spirits.




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