Definition of Livyers
1. livyer [n] - See also: livyer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Livyers
Literary usage of Livyers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Quebec, the Laurentian Province by Beckles Willson (1913)
"1 I have elsewhere noted a similar distinction between the livyers (ie live- heres) of Labrador and the visiting fishermen. ..."
2. The Skipper Parson on the Bays & Barrens of Newfoundland by James Lumsden (1905)
"great revolutionizer and civilizer, so that even to the "livyers" (to use a colloquialism common in Newfoundland) of the present time the monthly mail of ..."
3. Alphabetical index of patentees and applicants for patents of invention, by by Great Britain. Patent Office (1875)
"... MP, Harvey, HA, $ livyers, CD (New- [ton), 2001, Sep. 22, Brushes. Wilkinson, F., 868, Mar. 31, Applying tubes to spindles. ———^— F., 1874, July 18, ..."