English version

liberally

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliberallylib‧e‧ral‧ly /ˈlɪbərəli/ AWL adverb  1 using or including plenty of something, especially in a generous way Apply the glue liberally to both surfaces. dark hair liberally sprinkled with grey2 with liberal ideas or opinions The people around here are more liberally inclined than back home.
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liberallyThose who want a more complete picture of Kelly must consult the hefty, liberally illustrated catalog.The attention of both reactionary and liberally inclined noblemen focused upon the need to establish a new basis for local government.The unity of place is always liberally interpreted.One was the detestation by the liberally oriented of religious paternalism, a mild form of anti-clericalism.In my mind's eye, your body is liberally smeared with a mixture of walnut oil and Nutella spread.She saw the names of prominent corporate donors mentioned liberally throughout the library and recoiled.Apply sunscreen liberally to all exposed skin.Fixed parts should be painted liberally with cold oven cleaner gel and left to stand.
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