- a seaport in W Italy on the Ligurian Sea.
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Such, too, Livorno, built by the Medici in the sixteenth century.Ancient Town-Planning
He had let out that he would return to Livorno in a few days, and she had resolved to accompany him, wherever he might be going.Castellinaria
Henry Festing Jones
The Livorno had a long, low poop, no more than three feet high, and extending forward to the mainmast.
In Livorno Bay the breakers were big, and the back-wash of their surf very insistent.
Her deck, and indeed every uncovered part of the Livorno, was encrusted in the droppings of multitudinous sea-fowl.
- a port in W central Italy, in Tuscany on the Ligurian Sea: shipyards; oil-refining. Pop: 156 274 (2001)English name: Leghorn
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