Definition of women's lib in English:

women's lib

Syllabification: wom·en's lib

noun

informal
short for women's liberation.
More example sentences
  • Oh no, I can equally set the women's lib back to the last century or two, just by presenting, as requested by Mr July or Armaedes
  • His exposure to the women's lib movement in university combined with his ultra conservative upbringing made enjoying XXX-rated entertainment a personal challenge.
  • Many of the period's most noteworthy protest movements, everything from the Black Panthers to anti-Vietnam War activism to women's lib, all found fertile ground at Berkeley.

Derivatives

women's libber

noun
More example sentences
  • We try and make it quite clear to people, we're not women's libbers, we don't hate men, we're just a band with girls in it who just want to play music’.
  • And contrary to what the women's libbers of that era wanted to believe, the porn biz has made me so strong.
  • But back then they were called women's libbers, and somebody must have been feeling threatened, because in 1975 the Mandy annual for Girls ran a story about one of them.

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