noun, U.S. History.
the first antislavery political party, organized in 1839 and merged with the Free Soil party in 1848.
noun 1. Also called liberty tree. American History. a pole or tree, often with a liberty cap or a banner at the top, usually located on a village green or in a market square, used by the Sons of Liberty in many colonial towns as a symbol of protest against British rule and around which […]
[lib-er-tee] /ˈlɪb ər ti/ noun 1. a town in W Missouri. /ˈlɪbətɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. the power of choosing, thinking, and acting for oneself; freedom from control or restriction 2. the right or privilege of access to a particular place; freedom 3. (often pl) a social action regarded as being familiar, forward, or improper […]
noun 1. a slow cargo ship built in large numbers for the U.S. merchant marine during World War II and having a capacity of about 11,000 deadweight tons. noun 1. a supply ship of World War II
[lib-er-tee-vil] /ˈlɪb ər tiˌvɪl/ noun 1. a town in NE Illinois.