Noun(1) uniform worn by some menservants and chauffeurs(2) the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession(3) the care (feeding and stabling
Adjective(1) suffering from or suggesting a liver disorder or gastric distress
(1) As we walked in, a servant in livery came up to us.(2) This, not very popular, livery continued for some time, but the buses began to look very grimy and in the late 1970s a variation of the former tram livery of predominantly green with cream relief was introduced.(3) He lead us into a large, rounded room as two men dressed in green livery passed.(4) The type of aircraft and the livery applied allow identification of the time frame.(5) To mark the centenary, the company has painted one of its single-decker buses in a gold and bronze livery .(6) A footman dressed in the burgundy livery of the Ayeleborough house was waiting for us at the train station.(7) ├ö├ç├┐Good afternoon,├ö├ç├û said a servant arrayed in the duke's navy-and-silver livery .(8) The livery has also changed to include highly visible, white and red stickers running the width of the passenger and driver doors.(9) Upon reorganisation on April 1, 1974, a stylised logo appeared along with a new livery of white with a dark green skirt and red upper deck windows and roof.(10) As we chugged across the Bosphorus we passed a school of ferries criss-crossing the straits in their livery of yellow and white.(11) Ben yanked him up by the back of his collar and half dragged him to the livery , depositing him in a pile of hay.(12) As he strolled across the main street, Hoss saw Adam's Sport saddled and tied to the hitching rail outside the livery .(13) If you don't want to be involved with the day-to-day care of your horse; then put him/her on full livery where every need will be catered for, but be prepared to pay heavily for this luxury.(14) The claimants object to an identical livery being used for their products if it has been reapplied by the importer even where, as here, there is no risk or damage to the drugs themselves or specific subject matter of the marks.(15) the city's trams are painted in a red and white livery(16) Then Gran fusses him and Sixth licks keenly at her livery hand, hoping to find more.
1. bilious ::
2. liverish ::
3. delivery ::
Different Formsliveries, liverish, livery
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