livery

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Any distinctive identifying uniform worn by a group, such as the uniform worn by chauffeurs and male servants

By wearing livery, the brewers publicly expressed guild association and solidarity; - J. M. Bennett.

A taxicab or limousine
The rental of horses and/or carriages; the rental of canoes; the care and/or boarding of horses for money
To clothe in

He liveried his servents in the most modest of clothing.

The paint scheme of a vehicle or fleet of vehicles

The airline's new livery received a mixed reaction from the press.

The delivery of property from one owner to the next
{n} a giving possession, a certain dress
The act of delivering possession of lands or tenements
{i} uniform of a footman or other male servant; unique and distinctive clothing worn by a member of a group or guild; boarding and care of horses for pay, livery stable
suffering from or suggesting a liver disorder or gastric distress
An allowance of food statedly given out; a ration, as to a family, to servants, to horses, etc
The external paint colour and style of railway vehicle Includes decoration such as lining and crests Each railway company had its own particular ‘house style’ although this did change over time
The feeding, stabling, and care of horses for compensation; boarding; as, to keep one's horses at livery
The uniform clothing issued by feudal superiors to their retainers and serving as a badge when in military service
The writ by which possession is obtained
Hence, any characteristic dress or outward appearance
the care (feeding and stabling) of horses for pay
The keeping of horses in readiness to be hired temporarily for riding or driving; the state of being so kept
the care (feeding and stabling) of horses for pay uniform worn by some menservants and chauffeurs
The peculiar dress by which the servants of a nobleman or gentleman are distinguished; as, a claret-colored livery
also, the whole body or company of persons wearing such a garb, and entitled to the privileges of the association; as, the whole livery of London
{s} suffering from a liver disorder; resembling liver; liver colored; depressed, irritable
Delivery An archaic legal word from the feudal system referring to the actual legal transmission of possession of an object to another For example, a knight would obtain an estate in land as tenure in exchange for serving in the king's army for 40 days a year The king would give exclusive possession of the land, (i e "livery") to the knight A writ of livery also developed which allowed persons to sue for possession of land under the feudal system Livery (or "delivery") of the land was important in completing legal possession or, as it was known in the feudal system, seisin
uniform worn by some menservants and chauffeurs
Release from wardship; deliverance
Any distinctive uniform worn by a group, such as the uniform worn by chauffeurs and male servants
Garb or accessories, usually made for many people and made to match or coordinate, that indicate membership or servitude to a particular branch, group, or person
Hence, also, the peculiar dress or garb appropriated by any association or body of persons to their own use; as, the livery of the London tradesmen, of a priest, of a charity school, etc
A low grade of wool
The livery of a particular company is the special design or set of colours associated with it that is put on its products and possessions. buffet cars in the railway company's bright red and yellow livery
a distinctive badge or suit worn by a servant, official, or member of a company: "Enter the Bishop of Rochester with his men, in livery coats" (Sir John Oldcastle, 1961-2; see also Histriomastix, C2v); "Enter Bonville in all his bravery, and his man in a new livery" (Royal King, 58); "Enter Shoemaker, and other in their Liveries" (Shoemaker a Gentleman, 5 2 78); for "a Livery cloak" see Trick to Catch the Old One, H1v; in Michaelmas Term "Enter the Livery" (4 4 15) signals the beginning of a funeral procession led by members of the Woolen Drapers' Company
To clothe in, or as in, livery
The paint scheme of an aircraft or airline
the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another
That which is delivered out statedly or formally, as clothing, food, etc
The uniform worn by some employees, such as chauffeurs and doormen
A servant's livery is the special uniform that he or she wears
livery companies
plural form of livery company
livery company
a guild of the City of London, some now incorporated and taking part in the local government of that place
livery collar
{i} chain of office, massive gold chain or collar worn as insignia of office during the Middle Ages
livery company
one of the chartered companies of London originating with the craft guilds
livery stable
A stable that boards horses and keeps horses and carriages for hire
livery stable
3 (e) (f) & (g)
livery stable
stable where horses and vehicles are kept for hire
livery stable
See Livery, n
livery stable
stable for boarding and taking care of horses for pay
livery stable
A stable where horses are kept for hire, and where stabling is provided
liveried
Dressed in livery, uniformed, especially a servant in a servant's uniform or a chauffeur in uniform
liveried
A liveried servant is one who wears a special uniform. The tea was served to guests by liveried footmen
liveried
wearing livery; "liveried footmen stood on the palace steps
liveried
Dressed in livery, uniformed, especially a servant in a servants uniform or a chauffeur in uniform
liveried
See Livery, 3
liveried
wearing livery; "liveried footmen stood on the palace steps"
liveried
{s} dressed in livery, wearing uniforms
liveried
Wearing a livery
liveries
third-person singular of livery
liveries
plural of livery
livery

    Silbentrennung

    li·ve·ry

    Türkische aussprache

    lîvıri

    Aussprache

    /ˈləvərē/ /ˈlɪvɜriː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'li-v&-rE, 'liv-rE ] (noun.) 14th century. From Anglo-Norman livere, from Old French livree.

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