mostly used in london to say somethings not fair
why did he slap u thats a liberty
or why u being like dat dats a liberty
by straight up g pulseman June 15, 2005
The state of a free person, freedom, anarchy.
by steak July 24, 2003
A cheerleading stunt where the flyer is on one foot while held wit hthe bases arms fully extended, the other foot bends and meets at the knee of the support leg. AKa lib
Let's try this liberty with a double down!
by Kayla July 20, 2004
Freedom, the all-too-rare position of being able to think, speak and act indepentently. Not to be confused with equality, something else that should be more prevelant in the world today.

If someone could send this definition to the 43rd President of the USA, I would be grateful. If someone there could read it to him, I'd be even happier.
"We have succeeded in giving liberty to the Iraqi people... well, maybe not quite yet but we're working on it. Yeah."
by Mr Ben February 10, 2005
Liberty by essence is not an independent entity, but rather it is by default a natural entailment or consequence of unchecked or unrestrained freedom within the social framework of a society. Therefore, Liberty on its own merits void of unrestrained freedom is by essence not an unalienable and natural right, but rather it is a pre-established or predefined inalienable privilege. The miss-perception within society is that the two terms Inalienable and unalienable are used interchangeably and are thus viewed by definition to be synonymous, however this is in fact not correct. Inalienable rights, this refers to a social state in that it makes reference to certain predefined ( Privileges ) which are pre-sanctioned and granted by the state within society upon its members and are therefore not inherent. However, The term ( Unalienable rights ), this makes reference to those rights which are in the state of nature. Rights which are in effect inherent, Universal and thus constitute the very core essence of mans very being and existence within the natural order of nature without which no human being could exist and are not subject to change, regulation , negotiation or compromise. Ultimately, lliberty, constitutes various pre-established and pre-designated privileges sanctioned by society which every member within the social framework of the society in question are bound and are therefore expected to abide by.
The term Liberty or in this case ( Civic or civil Liberty ) originated from the term ( The Charter of Liberties ), also called the Coronation Charter, was a written proclamation by Henry I of England, issued upon his accession to the throne in 1100...Meaning that...It reflected upon certain rights or more pungently ( Privileges ) acknowledged, sanctioned and granted the people by the Monarchy ( State ) . A charter is the grant of authority or rights or ( Liberties ), stating that the granter formally recognizes the prerogative of the recipient to exercise the rights or Liberties ( specified ). It is implicit that the ( granter ) or ( The state ) retains superiority (or sovereignty), and that the recipient ( The people ) admits a ( limited ) or ( inferior) status within the relationship, and it is within that sense that charters were historically granted, and that sense is retained in modern usage of the term. ''
by Baron Neville June 29, 2016
liberty is a pretty girl with lots of friends very loyal and gets mad very easy but no matter how many times she gets mad at you you still have to love her.
i love liberty
by b hcbzjvbk May 17, 2019
What you dare not take from a prat who finks he's hard as nails.
"Oi, you takin liberties, mate?!"
by britishandworried February 9, 2005