Reverse Dictionary: LI – LIB


LIABILITY – nouns
– BEHINDMENTS outstanding liabilities, arrears, a deficit …1886 Amer.
– OBER responsibility, liability; power, influence; impudent self-confidence …1929 Sc.
 
LIABLE, NOT LIABLE – adjectives
– ILLIABLE †* not liable …1649
 
LIAR, LIE, LYING – adjectives
– FALSIDICAL * suggesting as true what is really false; falsehood-telling …1886
– FULL OF BULL deceitful; full of nonsense and lies …20C US sl.
– FULL OF CRAP deceitful; full of nonsense and lies …20C US sl.
– FULL OF SHIT deceitful; full of nonsense and lies …20C US sl.
– FRONTIN’ lying …20C teen & high school sl.
– ILL AS WAGHORN said of an extravagant liar …Bk1905 Sc.
– KITTLE-TONGUED fluent, given to falsehoods …B1900 Eng. dial.
– LEASE † untrue, false, lying …a900
– LEASING lying …1873
– MENDACILOQUENT †* speaking lies; lying …1656
liar, lie, lying – nouns
– APPLE SAUCE nonsense; insincere flattery; lies …1925 US sl.
– BABBLE a lie …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BAG O’ LIES a string of falsehoods …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BANG a ‘thumping’ lie …1879 colloq.
– BANGER an outstanding lie …1814 sl.
– BATCRAP lies, nonsense, rubbish …1940s US sl.
– BATSHIT lies, nonsense, rubbish …1940s US sl.
– BEDTIME STORY a simplistic and condescending explanation for something; a lie …Bk2006 US sl.
– BELYING 1. giving of the lie; denial …1587
2. telling lies of anyone; calumniation …1632
– BENDER a great lie …1842 Eng. dial.
– BIG ONE an incredible story; a whopper …1915 Amer. dial.
– BLACK STORY a decidedly bad lie …1952 Amer. dial.
– BLAGUE pretentious falsehood; blustering humbug; mendacious boasting …1837
– BLAW a boast; a lie from ostentation …Bk1911 Sc.
– BLAZER an error or lie …1906 Amer. dial.
– BOOMER anything excessively large or notable of its kind; a huge lie …1885 Aust. sl.
– BOUNCE a loud or audacious boast; a boastful falsehood; impudent self-assertion, swagger …1714
– BOUNCER a brazen or startling lie …1803
– BOUNCING a bragging, boasting, or blustering; boastful exaggeration, lying; a good scolding …1634
– BULL misrepresentation; a lie; deception …Bk1914 criminals’ sl. 
– BULLDUST bullshit, nonsense, lies …1920s Aust. euphemism
– BULLSHIT insincere or exaggerated talk intended to flatter or deceive; humbug or flattery; nonsense, lies, deception …1914 sl., orig. US
– BUNG a lie, a falsehood …1882 sl.
– CHEESE a lie; nonsense; exaggeration …20C Amer. sl.
– COD deception, deceit; a lie …20C sl., orig. Irish
– COKER a lie …M17 sl.
– CORRAL DUST nonsense, lies, and exaggeration; ‘bullshit’ …Bk2006 US euphemism
– CRACKER a lie; a very tall story …17C sl.
– CRAM a lie …old sl.
– CRAP nonsense; lies …Bk2006 US sl.
– CROCK OF SHIT a mass of lies and deception worth no more than dung; bragging; nonsense; ‘bullshit’ …1945 US sl.
– CRUD trivial, insincere, or untruthful talk or writing; nonsense; lies …1943
– CUFFER a lie; a tale; an exaggerated and improbable story …1891 Eng. dial.
– DAILY (MAIL) a tale, thus a lie …1920s rhyming sl.
– DUNT a slanderous falsehood …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– FAIRY STORY a ‘hard luck’ tale; any unlikely tale; a downright lie or excuse …20C colloq.
– FAIRY TALE a ‘hard luck’ tale; any unlikely tale; an unbelievable lie or excuse …20C colloq.
– FALDERAL an idle fancy; conceit, nonsense; a trifling excuse; a falsehood …1865 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– FALSE what is false; a falsehood; a lie …c1380
– FALSEDOM † treachery; untruth; a falsehood …1297
– FALSITUDE a lie …2001 US sl.
– FARADIDDLES lies of the amusing kind …E19 sl.
– FIB a small or trivial lie …1611
– FILLIPER an unanswerable argument; a big lie …19C Eng. dial.
– FISH STORY a great big lie …Bk2006 US sl.
– FISH TALE a great big lie …Bk2006 US sl.
– FLAM nonsense; humbug; flattery; a lie; a deception or sham …1598 sl.
– FRATCH a lie; a petty deception or theft …19C Eng. dial.
– GAB † mockery, derisive deception; a lie, deceit …a1300
– GABBING † lying, falsehood, a lie …a1250
– GAG a falsehood, a lie, an invention, a story …1805 sl.
– GALLEY-PACKET a made-up story, a lie; an unfounded rumour …1867
– GAMMON insincere or exaggerated talk, ridiculous nonsense suited to deceive simple persons; humbug or flattery, rubbish, lies …1781 UK sl.
– GANDYING foolish, boasting language; exaggerating, lying …Bk1900 Sc.
– GOFFER a lie, an exaggeration …1839 Eng. dial.
– GOOD ONE a lie …1813 sl.
– GOOD ‘UN a lie …1813 sl.
– GUSH nonsense; lies …1887 Amer. dial.
– HASSAYAMPING telling a lie; making a preposterous claim; exaggerating …1901 Amer. dial.
– HOCKEY, HOCKIE, HOCKY nonsense; lies …1930s US sl.
– JACKANORY a lie …20C rhyming sl. for a tall story
– JACOB a lie …1908 Amer. dial.
– JIM-CRACK a lie …1908 Amer. dial.
– LAIR † the act or fact of lying …c893
– LALAPALOOZA an extremely tall tale; a lie …1918 Amer. dial.
– LALDRUM noisy, foolish talk; nonsense; an improbable tale, falsehoods …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LEASE † an untruth, falsehood, lying …c888
– LEASING † a lie, a falsehood …c1000 obs. exc. Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– LELDRUM noisy, foolish talk; nonsense; an improbable tale, falsehoods …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LESING a falsehood, a lie …14C arch.
– LIE LAID ON WITH A TROWEL an out-and-out falsehood …B1900
– LIE OUT OF WHOLE CLOTH an utter falsehood …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– LIE WITH A LATCHET, A an out-and-out lie …1610
– LIKELY STORY, A a statement greeted with incredulity; a lie …1865 sl.
– LIKELY TALE, A a statement greeted with incredulity; a lie …1749 sl.
– LIZA a lie; a liar …1909 Amer. dial.
– LIZA JANE a lie; a liar …1909 Amer. dial.
– LOAD a lie; a liar …1933 Amer. dial.
– LOLLOPALOUSER an extremely tall tale; a lie …1918 Amer. dial.
– LOUD ONE a big lie …c1670 colloq.
– MADE LIE a deliberate falsehood …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MAG a lie …1910s Aust. sl.
– MAGOO, THE a lie, a trick, a hoax …1930s US sl.
– MAKE-UP a fabrication, a lie …Bk1905 Sc.
– MANTIE † the act of giving the lie …a1578 Sc.
– MENTITION †* the act of lying; a falsehood …1656
– MOTHER HUBBARD nonsense, fanciful talk, lies …1980s sl.
– MULGA a rumour, a lie …L19 Aust.
– MULGA WIRE a rumour, a lie …L19 Aust.
– NAILER a marvellously good thing, animal, or person; an exceptionally good hand at something; anything of superior or surprising quality; a surprising lie …a1818 colloq.
– NANCY STORY an elaborate fabrication …1858 Trinidad and Tobago
– NELLIE a lie …1910s rhyming sl. (Nellie Bligh)
– NELLIE BLIGH a lie …1910s rhyming sl.
– NELLY a lie …1910s rhyming sl. (Nelly Bligh)
– NELLY BLIGH a lie …1910s rhyming sl.
– NELLY BLY a lie …1910s rhyming sl.
– OFFICIOUS LIE † a lie told as an act of kindness to do another good …1577
– OIL lies, misinformation …1930s sl.
– OLD HAT the prize supposed to be won by a person telling a great lie …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– ONE a persuasive if mendacious story, a lie, a ‘line’ …L19 sl.
– OUT-AND-OUTER a notable lie …M19 sl.
– PACKET a false report; a falsehood …1796
– PHONY JAZZ a lie; a trick; deliberate misinformation …1950s US Black sl.
– PILE OF SHIT nonsense; lies; a deceptive story …M20 US sl.
– PLUMPER a shameless lie; a whopper …1812 Amer. dial.
– POOMER anything very large or of an extraordinary size; a big lie …B1900 Eng. dial.
– PORCUPINE a lie …1980s sl. (corruption of ‘porky’)
– PORKIE a lie …1940s Brit. rhyming sl. (Pork Pie)
– PORK PIE a lie …1940s rhyming sl.
– PORKY a lie …1940s rhyming sl. (Porky Pie)
– PORKY PIE a lie …1940s rhyming sl.
​- RAMPELTER a big lie …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– RAPPER † an arrant lie; a downright falsehood …1611 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– RATCHER an exaggeration; a lie …1876 Eng. dial.
– RATTLER * a great falsehood, a lie …1825 Eng. dial.
– REGULAR FLAM, A a lie …Bk1893 sl.
– RIPPER an outrageous lie; anything of particular excellence …1851 sl.
– SALISBURY a polite evasion; a ‘white lie’ …L19 sl.
– SCAVEL-AN’-GOW the noise of confused talking; chatter, scolding; a pack of lies …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCREAMER an extravagant lie …1939 Amer. dial.
– SCREED a lie, a fabrication …1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SCRIFT † a recitation; a long-winded story; a written composition; a made-up tale; a falsehood …1766 Sc.
– SHIT trivial, insincere, or untruthful talk or writing; nonsense, lies …1924 sl.
– SNOW smooth talk, bluff, bluster, lies …1940s orig. US sl.
– SNOW JOB an act of deception; a lie; an excuse; strong and persistent persuasion, esp. in a dubious cause …1940s US sl.
– SPARE RIB a trivial lie …1998 UK rhyming sl. for ‘fib’
– STORY a lie …a1697
– STRAMMER a big lie, a falsehood …1746 Eng. dial.
– STRETCHER an exaggeration, a falsehood, a lie …Bk1904 sl.
– STRILL a cheating lie …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– TACKER a great falsehood …1777 Eng. dial.
– TALE OF A ROASTED HORSE, A an invented story, an idle tale, a fiction, a falsehood…1570
– TALLIE a ‘tall’ story; a lie, an exaggeration …1930s Aust. sl.
– TALL STORY an extravagant, boastful story; a lie …1846 colloq.
– TALL TALE an extravagant, boastful story; a lie …1846 colloq.
– TALLYDIDDLE a trifling falsehood, a petty lie; a fib …1865 colloq.
– TARADIDDLE, TARRADIDDLE a trifling falsehood, a petty lie; a fib …1796 colloq.
– TARGER anything very large or out of the common; a monstrous lie …1884 N. Ireland
– TARIDIDDLE a trifling falsehood, a petty lie; a fib …1796 colloq.
– THUMPER a lie …1677
– THUNGER any large of its kind, or of unusual size; a monstrous lie …1857 Eng. dial.
– TIDDYWHOPPER † an untruth, a falsehood …B1900 Eng. dial. 
– TINGER a lie; an untruth …1777 Eng. dial.
– WALLOPER anything very large; an astounding lie …1840 Eng. dial.
– WAPPER a thumping lie …1791 colloq.
– WHACK a lie …1906 Amer. dial.
– WHACKER anything abnormally large or notable of its kind; a big lie; a heavy blow, a thump …1770
– WHAPPER a thumping lie …1791 colloq.
– WHIZZER a falsehood; a glaring untruth …1892 Eng. dial.
– WHOPPER a thumping lie …1791 colloq.
– WINDY an extravagantly exaggerated or boastful story; a tall tale, a lie …1911 Amer. dial.
– WOLF TICKET a lie, a bluff, a challenge, an empty threat …1971 Amer. dial.
– WOOF TICKET a lie, a bluff, a challenge, an empty threat …1971 Amer. dial.
– WOPPER a thumping lie …1791 colloq.
– WRINKLE a lie, a fib …1812 sl.
– WRONG(G)O something wrong or improper; an error, a lie, a misstatement, etc. …1937 Amer. sl.
– YANKER † a big or ‘thumping’ lie …1822 Sc.
– YARN a lie …1835 sl.
– YED † a falsehood; a fib, an exaggerated tale …1825 Sc.
liar, lie, lying – person
– ACTOR anyone out to deceive or project a phony image; a con-man; a liar …1844 US sl.
– ANANIAS a liar …1890 Eng. sl.
– BALDFACED LIAR an infamous liar …Bk1989
– BANGER a person who lies …19C
– BAREFACED LIAR an infamous liar …Bk1989
– BERGAEAN a great liar …Bk1922
– BOUNCER a boaster, a braggart, a swaggering liar …1834
– BUGIARD † a liar; a lying braggart …a1670
– BULLSHIT ARTIST a flatterer; an exaggerated talker; one who excels at boasting or lying …1942 sl., orig. US
– BULLSHITTER a flatterer; an exaggerated talker; someone who excels at boasting or lying …1933 sl., orig. US
– CAL a liar …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CRAPPER a bragger; a teller of lies and nonsense …M20 US sl.
– CROCK OF SHIT (derogatory) a person who tells lies …Bk2006 US sl.
– FABLER † one who speaks falsely; a liar …1362
– FABULIST one who invents falsehoods …1625
– FLIBBER-GIBBER † a lying knave; a sycophant; a glib or oily talker …1894
– GABBER  a liar; a deceiver; also, a scornful or mocking person …a1325
– GALLOPING LIAR someone who tells stories big and fast …Bk1992 Amer. South 
– GAMMONER a person who talks volubly or flatteringly, esp. so as to deceive or cajoler another into a particular course of action; a talkative, unreliable person; a liar; one who tells deceitful tales  …1819
– GUNNER † one who lies in order to do harm …1709 sl.
– GUNSTER a bouncing fellow, a ‘cracker’; a harmless liar …c1700 sl.
– HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON a liar …Bk2004 Brit. sl.
– HASSAYAMPA orig. an Arizona gold-rusher; an old-timer, esp. one given to exaggeration; later, a liar …1940 Amer. dial.
– HASSAYAMPER orig. an Arizona gold-rusher; an old-timer, esp. one given to exaggeration; later, a liar …1901 Amer. dial.
– JACOB a liar …1908 Amer. dial.
– JEFF ARTIST a liar; a confidence trickster …1960s US sl.
– LEASER †* a liar …c950
– LEASING-MAKER a liar …1388
– LEASING-MONGER † a liar …c1380
– LEIGHSTER †* a female liar …c1325
– LIE a liar …1894 Amer. dial.
– LIGGER a liar …B1900 Eng. dial.
– LIZA a lie; a liar …1909 Amer. dial.
– LIZA JANE a lie; a liar …1909 Amer. dial.
– LOAD a lie; a liar …1933 Amer. dial.
– LONG-BOW MAN a liar …c1678 Brit. sl.
– LYREBIRD a liar; a mimic …20C Aust. sl.
– MEXICAN ATHLETE (derogatory) one who lies or exaggerates …1993 Amer. dial.
– OCKIER, OCKYER a liar, a fibber …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– ONE-EYED SCRIBE a monumental liar; an insignificant person …1970s US Black sl.
– PAUL BUNYAN a liar …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– PSEUDOLOGER a maker of false statements; a liar …1656
– RATCHER one who exaggerates; a liar …1868 Eng. dial.
– STORY a liar …1869 sl., orig. generally children’s usage, now Black usage
– TARADIDDLER a petty liar …1880 colloq.
– TARRADIDDLE a liar …1887 Eng. dial.
– TOM PEPPER a liar …1867 nautical usage
– TOWN CRIER a liar …1992 UK rhyming sl.
– UNDIGESTED ANANIAS a triumphant liar …L19 sl.
– WAGGIE a nickname for a liar …1921 Sc.
– WILLIE-FISHER, WILLY-FISHER a notorious or brazen liar …1866 Sc.
– WILLING LIAR one who tells a premeditated and unnecessary falsehood …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– WINDY a talkative person, esp. one who lies or exaggerates …c1930 Amer. sl. 
– WINDY-WALLETS a very talkative and untruthful person; one who is habituated to fibbing or exaggeration; a vain boaster …1825 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– WRINKLER a person prone to telling lies …1812 sl.
– YENTZER a deceiver, a liar …1936 US sl.
liar, lie, lying – verbs
– BATSHIT to tell lies; to tease; to confuse with false information …1960s US sl.
– BELIE 1. to tell lies about; esp. to calumniate by false statements …a1225
2. † to give the lie to; to call false, to contradict as a lie or a liar; to reject as false, to deny the truth of …1577
– BLAGUE to tell lies in jest; to hoax, to humbug …1883
– BULL to lie to or deceive someone …Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– BULLDUST to lie, to fabricate …1960s Aust. euphemism
– BULLSHIT to flatter; to deceive with insincere or flattering talk; to lie to someone …1937 sl., orig. US
– BUSHWHACK to ambush; to cheat; to steal; to lie …World War II Amer. sl.
– CALL WHITE BLACK to call or make something the opposite of what it really is; to lie …a1475
– CROSS THE HASSAYAMPA RIVER to become unable to tell the truth …1927 Amer. dial.
– FABLE † to speak falsely; to talk falsehoods, to lie …1530 obs. exc. arch.
– FAKE ON to deceive someone; to lie to someone; to stand someone up …Bk2006 US sl.
– FALSE to lie; to deceive …1930s Aust. sl.
– FALSIFY † to make a false representation or statement; to deal in falsehoods …1629
– FIB to lie …1690
– FILL THE BILL † to be a whopping lie …c1885 colloq.
– FLAM to flatter; to lie; to take in …Bk1893 colloq.
– FLING THE HATCHET to make false or exaggerated statements; to tell lies …1780
– FLIP THE SCRIPT to lie; to change one’s story …Bk2006 US sl.
– FRATCH to lie; to shuffle or cheat in joke; to boast unduly …1790 Eng. dial.
– GAB 1. † to tell lies to, to deceive …c1275
2. † to lie, to tell lies …a1300
– GACK to talk idly, to chatter; to lie …Bk1900 Ireland
– GAMMON to humbug; to deceive; to tell lies …1812 colloq.
– GANGE to brag, to boast; to exaggerate, to fib …1866 Sc.
– GAUNGE to brag, to boast; to exaggerate, to fib …1866 Sc.
– GONK to lie …1991 US sl.
– GUZZLE to lie …L18 sl.
– HORSE to trick or deceive; to swindle; also, to hoax, to bluff, to flatter, to lie to …1891 US sl.
– HORSESHIT to lie to; hence, to flatter …1955 US sl.
– JACOB to lie; to tell a falsehood …1908 Amer. dial.
– JAZZ to lie to; to deceive …1927 Amer. dial.
– JEFF to lie; to work a confidence trick; to fool a victim …1960s US criminals’ sl.
– LEASE † to tell lies …c1000
– LIE IN ONE’S TEETH to lie grossly or maliciously
– LIE IN ONE’S THROAT to lie grossly or maliciously …Bk1903 sl.
– LIE LIKE A RUG to tell enormous lies …Bk1995 US sl.
– LIZAR to lie …1909 Amer. dial.
– MACK to lie or exaggerate in order to deceive, exploit, or influence someone; to convince or persuade in a deceptive way …1975 US Black sl.
– NAIL to expose a lie …1785 sl.
– NAIL TO THE COUNTER to expose as false or spurious; to expose as a lie …1842
– OCKY to lie, to tell untruths …1819 Eng. dial.
– PASS THE BOTTLE OF SMOKE to give countenance to a conventional falsehood; to make pretense …1867
– PUT ON THE SHAM to carry out a lie or hoax …1960s Amer. sl.
– RAME to talk nonsense; to rave; to exaggerate, to tell tall stories or lies …1847 Sc.
– RATCH to stretch, to extend; to exaggerate, to lie; to impose upon …1819 Eng. dial.
– REMB to rave in speaking; to tell lies …Bk1904 Sc.
– RETCH to stretch, to extend; to exaggerate, to lie; to impose upon …1819 Eng. dial.
– RHYME to tell lies …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– RIFF to brag; to lie …1990 US sl.
– SCREED to repeat a lying fabrication …1843 Sc.
– SELL A WOLF to brag or boast or show off; to talk loudly; to tell a lie …1970s US Black sl.
– SELL A WOLF TICKET to talk nonsense, to lie …1960s US Black sl.
– SELL A WOOF to brag or boast or show off; to talk loudly; to tell a lie …1970s US Black sl.
– SELL A WOOF TICKET to talk nonsense, to lie …1960s US Black sl.
– SELL ONE A PACKET to tell him a falsehood, to take him in …1886
– SHIT to tell lies, to exaggerate …1934 sl.
– SHIT THROUGH ONE’S MOUTH to lie blatantly …1970s sl.
– SHIT THROUGH ONE’S TEETH to lie blatantly …1970s sl.
– SHOVEL THE SHIT to lie or boast excessively …E20 US sl.
– SHUCK to be deceptive or evasive; to tell tall tales or lies; to fool around, to tease …1968 Amer. dial.
– SPIN A YARN to tell a story, usually a long one; to pitch a tale; to tell lies …1812 orig. nautical sl.
– SPRUCE to tell tall tales; to lie in order to evade a duty …1917 Brit. sl., orig. services’ usage
– STRAMMER † to lie outrageously …1790 Eng. dial.
– STRETCH to exaggerate; to lie …a1844 sl.
– TALK TRASH to talk insincerely, to boast, to lie, esp. when pursuing sex …1950s US Black sl.
– TAR(R)ADIDDLE to tell fibs; to impose upon, or bring into some condition, by telling lies …1828 colloq.
– TELL STORIES to lie …a1697
– THROW THE HATCHET to exaggerate; to tell fabulous stories or lies …1893
– TURN BLACK INTO WHITE to call or make something the opposite of what it really is; to lie …1672
– WHACK to lie, to exaggerate …1906 Amer. dial.
– WHIBBLE † to lie …c1730 Eng. dial.
– WORK THE ORACLE to successfully perform something through stealth and cunning or with the aid of an outright lie …Brit. sl.
– WRINKLE † to tell a lie …1812 sl.
– YARN to lie, to tell a falsehood …1891 Amer. dial.
– YED † to tell a fib; to exaggerate a tale …1825 Sc.
liar, lie, lying – phrases
– COULDN’T’ LIE STRAIGHT IN BED of a compulsive cheat, swindler, or liar …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– DAM OF THAT WAS A WHISKER, THE applied to a great lie …c1675 Eng. dial. & colloq.
 
LIBEL – nouns
– CALUMNIATION a libellous report; a slander, calumny …1588
– CALUMNY false and malicious representation of the words or actions of others calculated to injure their reputation; libellous detraction, slander …1564
– CARTEL  a slanderous writing, a libel …1590
– GARAGE ACTION a legal action for libel (usually against a newspaper) brought by the police on their own behalf; the damages awarded are often substantial enough to buy a new garage for the police officer’s home …1998 UK sl.
– LIE BILL an acknowledgement of slander or libel …1919 Amer. dial.
 
LIBELLOUS – adjectives
– FAMOUS † of utterances, etc.: libellous, slanderous …1543
 
LIBERAL – adjectives
– BROAD having liberal mind or outlook 
– DAINTY † liberal, open-hearted …1825 Sc.
– IMPENDIOUS †* lavish, extravagant, over-liberal; spending more than is needed …1623
– LARGE † liberal in giving; generous; bountiful, munificent; open-handed; also, liberal in expenditure, prodigal, lavish …c1175
– LARGE-HANDED generous, liberal, open-handed …a1628
– LARGE-MINDED having a liberal or generous mind …1725
– LARGEOUS †* liberal, bountiful …1583
– LARGIFICAL †* bestowing bountifully; generous, liberal, bountiful, ample …1656
– LARGIFLUENT †* liberal in giving, bounteous …c1460
– MAGNIFICAL † liberal or bountiful, munifi …1586
– MENSEFUL hospitable; generous, liberal …1885 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RAFFY abundant, generous, liberal, plentiful, well-supplied …1871 Sc.
– ROOM-HANDED † liberal, generous …c1200
 
LIBERALITY – nouns
– IMPENDIOUSNESS †* liberality, extravagant spending …1727
– LARGE † liberality, bounty …a1300
– LARGENESS † liberality, open-handedness; freedom in giving or spending …a1300
– LARGESSE † liberality, bountifulness, munificence …a1225
– THOLE a disposition, esp. a generous one; a free wish to give; liberality, generosity …1865 Eng. dial.
 
LIBERALLY – adverbs
– LARGE † liberally, generously …1477
– LARGELY liberally, generously, bountifully …c1230 now arch.
 
LIBERATED – adjectives
– LARGE †* liberated, free …1600
 
LIBERATION – person
– LIBBER an advocate of liberation …1971 sl.
 
LIBERIA – person
– MONROVIAN a native or inhabitant of Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia …1838
 
LIBERTINE – person
– BEARD-SPLITTER an enjoyer of women; a seducer; a sexual athlete; a whoremonger; a libertine …c1698 sl.
– GAY DECEIVER * a deceitful rake; a libertine; a man who, with no real intentions of matrimony, sponges on families where there are marriageable daughters …1710
– GINKER one devoted to amusement; a boon companion; a libertine; a giddy or wanton girl; a prostitute …1706 Sc.
– HELL-RAISER a person who leads a life of low pleasures; a profligate, a libertine …1914 US sl.
– HIGHBOY  a man or boy given to or characterized by wild, disorderly behaviour or a dissolute lifestyle; a libertine, a rake …1667
– LOOCHA, LOOCHER, LOOTCHA a blackguard libertine; a lewd loafer …19C Anglo-Indian
– WOMAN-CHASER a ladies’ man; a libertine …Bk1975 Amer. sl. 
 
LIBERTY – adjectives
– EASY † at liberty, having opportunity or means to do something …c1200
liberty – nouns 
– BAND free play, liberty, scope for action …1859 Eng. dial.
– LARGESSE † freedom, liberty …c1425
– LIBERTICIDE destruction of liberty …1785
– LIBERTY HALL a place where one may do as one likes …1773
– SCOPE abundance of room, range; liberty of conduct, licence …1773 Sc.
liberty – person
– LIBERTICIDE a person who destroys liberty
liberty – verbs 
– REIGN to be at liberty …Bk1892 Aust. prison sl.
 
LIBIDINOUS – adjectives
– CONCUPISCENTIOUS † lecherous, lustful, libidinous, sensual …a1555
– CONCUPISCIBLE worthy to be longed for or lusted after; that may be desired; eagerly desirous; lecherous, libidinous, lustful, sensual …1398
– CUPIDINOUS lustful, libidinous, amorous …1859 nonce use
– RANK † lustful, licentious; depraved, coarse-minded, libidinous …c1520 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– VENEREOUS † addicted to or desirous of sexual enjoyment; libidinous, lascivious, lustful …1509
libidinous – person
– RIDGER a libidinous man …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SATYR a libidinous or lustful man …1781 
 
LIBIDINOUSNESS – nouns
– LUSTIHEAD pleasure, delight; vigour; lustfulness, libidinousness …c1369 arch.
 
LIBIDO – nouns
– NATURE the libido; male sexual potency …16C
 
LIBRARIAN – person
– BIBLIOTHEC a librarian …1859
– BIBLIOTHECAR  a librarian …1581 Sc.
– BIBLIOTHECARIAN a librarian …1685
– BIBLIOTHECARY a keeper of a library, a librarian …1611
 
LIBRARY – adjectives (also see BOOK)
– BIBLIOTHEC belonging to a library or librarian …1816
– BIBLIOTHECAL belonging to a library …1811
– BIBLIOTHECARIAL belonging to a library …1889
– BIBLIOTHECARIAN belonging to a library or librarian …1685
– BIBLIOTHECARY belonging to a library or librarian …1820
– BIBLIOTHETIC relating to the placing and arrangement of books on the shelves of a library …1901
– LIBRARIOUS having to do with books, or to a library …1656
library – nouns 
– BIBLE a collection of books; a library …c1384
– BIBLIOTHECA a collection of books, a library …1879
– BIBLIOTHECARY † a library …1570
– BIBLIOTHECK a library …Bk1911 Sc. 
– BIBLIOTHÈQUE a collection of books or treatises; a library …1549
– BOOK-HOUSE † a library …1675
– BOOKMOBILE a mobile library …N. Amer.
– PHI BETE HOUSE the library …Bk1934 college sl.