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Liver

ˈlɪvə

Meanings of Liver:

noun

A large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen of vertebrates, involved in many metabolic processes.

Usage examples:

Cholesterol may accumulate in the liver

Meanings of Liver-spot:

noun

A small, dark area on the skin, especially of people older than around fifty

Usage examples:

He has receding white hair, a walrus mustache and liver spots on his hands., liver spots are harmle…

Meanings of Liverance:

noun

The provision of a commodity, service, etc.; delivery, distribution. compare "livery".

Meanings of Livered:

adjective

With prefixed adjective (or combining form): having a liver of a certain kind.

Meanings of Liveried:

adjective

(of a servant or official) dressed in a special uniform.

Usage examples:

She sips wine served by liveried butlers

Meanings of Liveries:

noun

A special uniform worn by a servant, an official, or a member of a city company.

Usage examples:

Yeomen of the guard wearing a royal red and gold livery
adjective

Resembling liver in colour or consistency.

Usage examples:

He was short with livery lips

Meanings of Livering:

noun

The action or process of delivering something; the unloading or discharging of a cargo; (also) the provision or allocation of a commodity, especially lodging or entertainment.

Meanings of Liverish:

adjective

Slightly ill, as though having a disordered liver.

Usage examples:

Everyone's feeling a bit liverish this morning, because we had to have the hacks' reception at bute…

Meanings of Liverleaf:

noun

Any of various herbaceous plants of the genus hepatica.

Meanings of Liverleaves:

noun

Any of various herbaceous plants of the genus hepatica.

Meanings of Liverless:

adjective

That has no liver, or a non-functioning liver (usually figurative or hyperbolical); deprived of the liver, especially by surgery.

Liverpool

ˈlɪv.ə.puːl

Meanings of Liverpool:

proper noun

A city and seaport in north-western england, situated at the east side of the mouth of the river mersey; population 454,700 (est. 2009). liverpool developed as a port in the 17th century with the import of cotton from america and the export of textiles produced in lancashire and yorkshire, and in the 18th century became an important centre of shipbuilding and engineering.

noun

A large city in northwest england

Liverpudlian

ˌliv.əˈpʌd.li.ən

Meanings of Liverpudlian:

noun

A native of liverpool.

Usage examples:

He laughs off the suggestion that united fans might not take kindly to the jibe and, on behalf of h…
adjective

Relating to liverpool.

Usage examples:

A liverpudlian accent

Livers

ˈlɪv.ər

Meanings of Livers:

noun

A large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen of vertebrates, involved in many metabolic processes.

Usage examples:

Cholesterol may accumulate in the liver

Meanings of Liverwort:

noun

A small flowerless green plant with leaflike stems or lobed leaves, occurring in moist habitats. liverworts lack true roots and reproduce by means of spores released from capsules.

Usage examples:

A profusion of mosses, liverworts, lichens and ferns cover the woodland floor and festoon tree trun…

Meanings of Liverworts:

noun

A small flowerless green plant with leaflike stems or lobed leaves, occurring in moist habitats. liverworts lack true roots and reproduce by means of spores released from capsules.

Usage examples:

A profusion of mosses, liverworts, lichens and ferns cover the woodland floor and festoon tree trun…

Meanings of Liverwurst:

noun

A type of cooked sausage that contains liver and is usually eaten cold on bread

Livery

ˈlɪv.ər.i

Meanings of Livery:

noun

A special uniform worn by a servant, an official, or a member of a city company.

Usage examples:

Yeomen of the guard wearing a royal red and gold livery
adjective

Resembling liver in colour or consistency.

Usage examples:

He was short with livery lips

Meanings of Liveryman:

noun

(in the uk) a member of a livery company.

Usage examples:

She played an active part in many medical societies, including the chelsea clinical society of whic…

Meanings of Liverymen:

noun

(in the uk) a member of a livery company.

Usage examples:

She played an active part in many medical societies, including the chelsea clinical society of whic…

Lives

laɪvz

Meanings of Lives:

noun

The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.

Usage examples:

The origins of life
verb

Remain alive.

Usage examples:

The doctors said she had only six months to live

Pl of life

Livestock

ˈlaɪv.stɒk

Meanings of Livestock:

noun

Farm animals regarded as an asset.

Usage examples:

Markets for the trading of livestock
plural noun

Animals kept on a farm, such as cows, sheep, chickens, and pigs

Meanings of Livetrap:

noun

A trap for catching and holding live animals, usually without harming them.

Meanings of Livetraps:

noun

A trap for catching and holding live animals, usually without harming them.

Liveware

ˈlʌɪvwɛː

Meanings of Liveware:

noun

Working personnel, especially computer personnel, as distinct from the inanimate or abstract things they work with.

Usage examples:

The c & c system forms organizational-technical levels on the basis of functional levels, the forme…

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