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liveried

[ liv-uh-reed, liv-reed ]
/ ˈlɪv ə rid, ˈlɪv rid /
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adjective
clad in livery, as servants: a liveried footman.
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Origin of liveried

First recorded in 1625–35; livery1 + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM liveried

un·liv·er·ied, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for liveried

liveried
/ (ˈlɪvərɪd) /

adjective
(esp of servants or footmen) wearing livery
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