a stable where horses and vehicles are cared for or rented out for pay.
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How to use livery stable in a sentence
For thirty bucks, you could have had a whole livery stable.
She hired a rig of a livery-stable keeper, who said he could not possibly take her beyond the Indian agency.Mystery Ranch | Arthur Chapman
She found a livery-stable, and asked the proprietor, lounging in the entrance, if he could send her to the foot of her bluff.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
I get up befure daylight an' thramp over to th' Timple iv Freedom, which is also th' office iv a livery stable.Mr. Dooley Says | Finley Dunne
So had the neat, single brougham, hired from a livery-stable.Mary Gray | Katharine Tynan
On his way to the livery stable after his horse, Wade did some rapid thinking.Hidden Gold | Wilder Anthony
British Dictionary definitions for livery stable
a stable where horses are accommodated and from which they may be hired out
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