A member or supporter of a Liberal Party (proper-noun)
A member or supporter of the Liberal Party of Canada, or its predecessors, or provincial equivalents, or their predecessors (proper-noun)
A Liberal Democrat. (proper-noun)
A Whig (proper-noun)
Of or relating to the Liberal party, its membership, or its platform, policy, or viewpoint. (adjective)
Examples of word liberal
(That's a liberal Liberal MP, as opposed to today's lot, who are liberals trapped in far-right bodies, velvet gloves inside iron fists.)
I consider David Cameron to be a liberal Conservative, and Nick Clegg to be a conservative Liberal, so they would match each other well, and the combination would help to neutralise extreme elements in both parties.
Europe, and it would seem to make sense then that East would resist the death penalty, but no! - Supposedly liberal New York saw it's death penalty reintroduced by none other than the Liberal party of NY!
From his statements you can clearly see that he is not the most liberal congressmen, he does not stand in the way of bipartisanship, which means he is exactly what he has always said he is, a politician who can be counted on to respect the other side of the table even when he disagrees and he is not the most Liberal or progressive candidate that has ever run for POTUS.
But, again, NEVER A LIBERAL, a choice of a Republican that is equally as or too close to caving into via Bi-Partisanship Disease the Liberal as that other Party is never any real choiceâ€¦. hence Dole, McCain, etcâ€¦. election outcomes.