noun, plural li·ards [lee-ahrz; French lee-ar] /liˈɑrz; French liˈar/.
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This lake we see from the map to be the source of the Liard River.The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company|George Bryce
These specimens are less gray and more brown than specimens more typical of M. l. vellerosus from the Liard River area.Mammals taken Along the Alaska Highway|Rollin H. Baker
If Claes was from home, Ulenspiegel would ask Soetkin for a liard, to go play.The Legend of Ulenspiegel|Charles de Coster
In the beginning of the last century, the upper Peace River and as far north as the Liard was stocked with them.The New North|Agnes Deans Cameron
“To-day, at any rate, it shall not cost you so much as a liard,” said the lady.