American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Livingston, Robert R. 1746-1813. American Revolutionary leader and diplomat who served in the Continental Congress (1775-1781) and as minister to France (1801-1804). He helped draft the Declaration of Independence, administered the presidential oath to George Washington, and with James Monroe purchased the Louisiana Territory (1803).
- n. A common surname with various origins.
- n. American Revolutionary leader who served in the Continental Congress and as minister to France (1746-1813)
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