liberty (n.) Old form(s): Libertie
unrestrained act, improper licence, reckless freedom
1H4 V.ii.71[Hotspur to Vernon, of Prince Hal] Never did I hear / Of any prince so wild a liberty
CE I.ii.102[Antipholus of Syracuse alone, of people in Ephesus] Disguised cheaters, prating mountebanks, / And many suchlike liberties of sin
Sonn.41.1[] Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits
Tim IV.i.25[Timon alone] Lust and liberty / Creep in the minds and marrows of our youth

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