noun, plural li·ards [lee-ahrz; French lee-ar]. /liˈɑrz; French liˈar/.
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For if it was worth a liard, you would not be willing to give it to me.Benjamin Franklin; Self-Revealed, Volume I (of 2)|Wiliam Cabell Bruce
Quand il s'agissait de cela, Smiley en tassait les enjeux sur elle tant qu'il lui, restait un rouge liard.Sketches New and Old, Part 1.|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Usually mathematical definitions, as M. Liard has shown, are veritable constructions built up wholly of more simple notions.
Mine is in weight two groates, a halfe pennie less of silver, which commeth to twelve sols and one liard.
You know, neighbour, Mother Dewis had more milk for her liard than we for two.The Spell of Belgium|Isabel Anderson