Definition of illiberally in English:



See illiberal

  • ‘An illiberally educated person meets new ideas with fear.’
  • ‘Or am I alone in illiberally wanting to be told that Archer has been ordered to clean latrines?’
  • ‘My sensing is that we haven't yet been bloodied enough to act illiberally so as to counter our illiberal adversaries.’
  • ‘Some people have very illiberally reported that Captain Phipps did not proceed as far as he might have done upon that expedition.’
  • ‘Each wave of this revolution has eroded civil rights and illiberally undermined a liberal society.’