[liv-er-wurst, -woo rst, -woo sht] /ˈlɪv ərˌwɜrst, -ˌwʊərst, -ˌwʊʃt/
a sausage made with a large percentage of liver, especially one made with pork liver and pork meat.
1869, American English, partial translation of German Leberwurst, from Leber “liver” (see liver (n.1)) + Wurst “sausage.”
noun, Heraldry. 1. the principal tinctures of a coat of arms, usually one color and one metal, used for liveries, standards, etc.
[liv-uh-ree, liv-ree] /ˈlɪv ə ri, ˈlɪv ri/ noun, plural liveries. 1. a distinctive uniform, badge, or device formerly provided by someone of rank or title for his retainers, as in time of war. 2. a uniform worn by servants. 3. distinctive attire worn by an official, a member of a company or guild, etc. 4. […]
noun 1. a cupboard with pierced doors, formerly used as a storage place for food.
[liv-uh-ree-muh n, liv-ree-] /ˈlɪv ə ri mən, ˈlɪv ri-/ noun, plural liverymen. 1. an owner of or an employee in a . 2. British. a freeman of the City of London, entitled to wear the of the ancient guild or city district to which he belongs and to vote in the election of Lord Mayor, […]