libber
noun Etymology: lib Date: 1971 often disparaging a person who supports a liberation movement especially for women

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • libber — ☆ libber [lib′ər ] n. [< LIB + ER] Informal a person who advocates the securing of equal social and economic rights for some group, specif. for women: often a derogatory term …   English World dictionary

  • libber — /lib euhr/, n. Informal. an advocate, follower, or member of a social reform liberation movement: a women s libber; a gay libber. [1970 75, Amer.; LIB(ERATION) + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • libber — [“liba* ] n. a woman who advocates woman’s liberation movements; a feminist. (Usually derogatory.) □ She sure sounds like a libber. □ This libber on the radio says men are unnecessary …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • libber — noun One who supports liberation for some group; as a womens libber …   Wiktionary

  • libber — lib|ber [ˈlıbə US ər] n women s libber see ↑women s lib …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • libber — noun women s libber see women s lib …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • libber — lib•ber [[t]ˈlɪb ər[/t]] n. soc Informal. an advocate or member of a social liberation movement: a women s libber[/ex] • Etymology: 1970–75, lib (eration) + er I …   From formal English to slang

  • libber — lib ► NOUN informal ▪ (in the names of political movements) the liberation of a specified group: women s lib. DERIVATIVES libber noun …   English terms dictionary

  • libber — n. one who supports a liberation movement (especially the women s lib movement) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • libber — lib·ber …   English syllables

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