Definition of Liviers
1. livier [n] - See also: livier
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liviers
Literary usage of Liviers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1895)
"There weare in itt many good liviers that myght dispence ^40 a yeare a peece, now not one." From Brading town to St. Helen's stretched until recently the ..."
2. A History of Newfoundland: From the English, Colonial, and Foreign Records by Daniel Woodley Prowse (1896)
"... first " liviers," in Old Newfoundland parlance, had by this time built their huts and fishing stages as far north as Twillingate, Exploits, and Fogo. ..."
3. Life and Work in Newfoundland: Reminiscences of Thirteen Years Spent There by Julian Moreton (1863)
"... there are no liviers in it. Nish. Tender, delicate. Leary. Sinking with hunger and exhaustion. The feeling of a traveller who needs refreshment. Proper. ..."