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libber

(ˈlɪbɚ)
n. a woman who advocates woman’s liberation movements; a feminist. (Usually derogatory.) She sure sounds like a libber.
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While everybody else at the office was negotiating with the police and the libbers, trying to end the protest, I was becoming increasingly concerned that my cover might be blown, that someone might bring Ovid into the debate.
The Wythall women's libbers are also enraged at being barred from playing the course before noon on Sundays and 3pm on summer Saturdays.
Women like the mothers in the second film have benefited from the gains made by the women's libbers, she says, but they're not necessarily aware of it.
Women's Libbers will love that her ambition is to "get noticed by rich and famous men".
On their form so far, the animal libbers are altogether more ruthless, cunning - and effective.
WE should never have listened to those wimmin's libbers.
But the analogy goes beyond race to include all who unshackle their mind and rebel - from rock 'n' rollers to women's libbers to street artists.
I learnt all about the natural ad libbers and there were many of them in Liverpool.
The Men's Libbers will point to the growing numbers of battered husbands, of women who dump their children as well as their partners, who break up marriages and destroy their families.
Women's libbers are probably celebrating the decision, but they are sadly misguided if they are.
Les says that he still loves the buzz of live work and fans of the star will see one of the best ad libbers in the business on Sunday.
A day after qualifying as an army bomb disposal officer, Hugh Smith is blown to bits by a device planted by animal libbers.
These presenters seem to be aping everything women's libbers used to hate about men.