Synonyms & Antonyms : Liberty





Liberty



( Noun )


They fought to defend their
liberty.

Synonyms:

Emancipation

Freedom

Independence

Licence

Permission

Contextual Examples:

1807 was the year of
emancipation of slaves in the British Isles.

Eternal vigilance is the price of
freedom.

India got its
independence after a long-drawn struggle for two centuries.

He has applied for a
licence to keep fire arms.

The teacher will give him
permission to attend the class provided he has done his home work.



Antonyms:

Captivity

Compulsion

Constraint

Imprisonment

Slavery

Serfdom

Servitude

Oppression

Obligation

Thralldom

Contextual Examples:

Many landlords around the world openly violate the new law on bonded labor. They keep many of their laborers in
captivity.

The workers are made to bear
captivity on compulsion of mere subsistence.

The landlords need to be put under
constraint by strict enforcement of the new law.

Defaulting landlords should be duly punished by prescribed
imprisonment.

The age-long
slavery of the bonded labor must be ended in practice and not only in theory.

The country must rise above the
serfdom of the 19th century political environment.




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