[rad-lib] /ˈrædˈlɪb/ Informal: Usually Disparaging.

a liberal, especially a liberal politician, considered to have radical or extremist tendencies.
noting or relating to such a person; liberal tending toward radical:
The congressman accused his opponent of holding rad-lib ideas.


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