liveried

[ liv-uh-reed, liv-reed ]SEE DEFINITION OF liveried

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A liveried chauffeur was at the wheel of the big touring car in which she met him.

I eagerly demanded of the liveried servant that opened the door.

Liveried servants were in attendance on a few of the dog company who entered.

Such nonsense, having a liveried servant at my heels, when I am only a dressmaker!

The domestic servants were liveried, at least after the mansion was occupied.

He drove in a carriage lined with satin, and had liveried servants.

Liveried servants with powdered hair were moving about the hall.

She used to come often, always in her carriage, with liveried servants.

The photographer's liveried flunky on the sidewalk opened the door of her motor.

You should have a carriage and liveried servants and a title.