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illiberal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishilliberalil‧lib‧e‧ral /ɪˈlɪbərəl/ adjective formal  1 STRICTnot supporting people’s rights to say or do what they want opp liberal illiberal and undemocratic policies2 GENEROUSnot generousilliberally adverbilliberality /ɪˌlɪbəˈræləti/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
illiberalThe final irony is that the kind of liberalism John Torode wants is itself illiberal.By necessity, the armed forces are illiberal and undemocratic.Historically the only thing pro-abortion agitation achieved was to make an illiberal establishment look far more feminist than it was.In the west it is the Roman Catholic Church that holds the most rigid and illiberal religious beliefs.That doesn't seem to me a shocking or illiberal thing to say.
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