Benefit and Liberty


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Benefit noun – A thing that helps.
Liberty and benefit are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Liberty" instead a noun "Benefit".
Nearby Words: beneficial, benefaction, beneficent, benefited, beneficence
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Liberty noun – The power, right, or opportunity to choose.
Benefit and liberty are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Benefit" instead a noun "Liberty".
Nearby Words: libertarian, liber
Synonyms for Liberty

How words are described

human human benefit human liberty
full full benefit full liberty
low low benefit low liberty
positive positive benefit positive liberty
Other adjectives: obvious, real, massive, great, little, personal, political, maximum.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Follow the Fleet Not only does he lose the fight ignobly, but it costs him his liberty pass on the night of the benefit, leading to the second usage of the trope... Bilge shoves Bake when trying to prevent him from jumping ship to go to the concert.
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Liberty or Benefit. 2016. Accessed August 05, 2021.

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