liveried liveried  /ˈlɪv rid/


  • (adj) wearing livery


  1. Coxson's liveried chauffeur sits up front and does the pedaling; the candidate lounges on the back seat, waving to his would-be constituents.
  2. In deference to the tire shortage, White House limousines no longer carried liveried messengers, as in peacetime, to deliver Presidential invitations.
  3. They kept coming coming, liveried as British grenadiers, cowhands, tropical explorers and Indians.


  1. Aston Martin tops both GT classes at official Le Mans test session

    Le Mans – Aston Martin Racing has topped the timing sheets in both GTE classes at the official 24 Hours of Le Mans test session today (9 June) and, despite changing weather conditions, the team was able to thoroughly prepare all five Gulf-liveried Vantage GTEs ahead of the 24-hour race in two weeks’ time. ... Keep reading
    on June 10, 2013     Source:

  2. Aston Martin begins its most ambitious 24 Hours of Le Mans at official test day

    Le Mans, 9 June 2013 – Aston Martin Racing will embark on its largest and most ambitious 24 Hours of Le Mans campaign today (9 June) as it takes part in the official pre-race test session with all five of its Gulf-liveried Vantage GTEs, the 15 works team drivers competing in the race and a further two reserve drivers. ... Keep reading
    on June 9, 2013     Source:

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animosity animosity
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