Illiberally vs Illiberalism - What's the difference?

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Illiberally is a related term of illiberalism.


As an adverb illiberally

is in an illiberal manner.

As a noun illiberalism is

the principle, state or quality of being illiberal.

illiberally

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In an illiberal manner.
  • * 1823 , Sir Richard Phillips & Company, Public Characters of All Nations
  • He took an active part, as chairman, in the meetings which, at the beginning of the contest with France, were assembled to petition for peace, and was illiberally expelled from the Surrey troop of light-horse, on account of his patriotism.

    illiberalism

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The principle, state or quality of being illiberal.
  • *{{quote-news, 2009, January 25, Timothy Garton Ash, A Liberal Translation, New York Times citation
  • , passage=As the Oxford political theorist Michael Freeden observed, if just one of the necessary components — for example, the free market — dominates, then the result can be illiberalism . }}

    Synonyms

    *illiberality *antiliberalism