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liver3 comparative of "live2".
liveried clothed in livery, as a servant.
liverish similar to liver, esp. in color. [3 definitions]
liver spot a red, black, or yellowish brown spot or area on the skin, formerly thought to be caused by malfunctioning of the liver.
liverwort any of numerous moss-related, flowerless plants that grow in wet places or on tree trunks.
liverwurst a kind of sausage made chiefly of liver.
livery a uniform worn by a male servant such as a footman or chauffeur. [4 definitions]
liveryman one who owns or is employed in a livery stable.
livery stable a stable where horses may be boarded or horses and carriages may be hired.
lives pl. of life.
livestock (used with a sing. or pl. verb) domestic animals, such as cows, horses, or sheep, raised or kept on a farm or ranch.
live up to to act or succeed in a way that is equal to (certain expectations). [2 definitions]
live wire a wire or other electric conductor that is carrying electric current. [2 definitions]
live with to tolerate; put up with.
livid very angry; full of rage; furious. [3 definitions]
living having life. [10 definitions]
living death a completely miserable and joyless life.
living room a room in a residence, usu. with a couch, armchairs, and the like, used for various social and leisure activities.
living wage a wage that provides enough money for living at minimum acceptable standards.
living will a document directing that all medical life-support systems or treatment that prolong the signer's life be ended in the event of a terminal illness.
livre a money of account and a coinage in France until 1794.