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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliveriedliv‧e‧ried /ˈlɪvərid/ adjective  1 WEAR CLOTHESwearing livery a liveried servant2 British English painted with the colours and designs that represent a company liveried aircraft
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liveriedAn ostler took the cavalryman's horse while a liveried footman relieved him of his helmet and cumbersome sword.Jean handed his cloak to the liveried servant, who bowed.A pearl necklace had broken and two liveried servants scrabbled on hands and knees to retrieve the jewels.And the chauffeur was a liveried war veteran with a steel face and leather hands.
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