Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of pudding or sausage made of liver or pork.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Engin.) a circular train of rollers upon which a swing bridge, or turntable, rests, and which travels around a circular track when the bridge or table turns.
- n. obsolete A kind of pudding or sausage made of liver or pork.
- liver + -ing? (Wiktionary)
“She no longer says "sebno" for seven (sigh) but she still calls the living room the "livering room.”
“She goes in for healthy livering, dusnt drink booez, that kinda stuff.”
“And George in McCungee (ph), Pennsylvania, life is for livering -- Livering?”
“Jays (where he won his only ring, de-livering the game-winning and title-clinching hit in Game 6 of the 1992 World Series), Twins and Indians.”
“She said the Colonists probably used them to make different types of sausage, such as blood pudding or livering a type of sausage made from liver.”
“However, instead of efficiently de - livering judgment in favour of the accused, he temporizes; he tries to gain popula - rity at Jesus 'expense and settles for indicating that he is convinced of his inno - cence - as if inviting the accusers to back off; but this only encourages them to become vociferous and complicates the situation.”
“They also have multiple feeders for de livering coal to the furnace.”
“This center of ex - cellence is a vertically integrated organization focused on assembling and de - TE livering tailored supply chain solutions for the third-party logistics market.”
“On November 30th, l6S0, he was lord high steward on the trial of William Viscount Stafford, ° which lasted a week, and was very august; and that nobleman being found guilty of high treason, the lord high steward pronounced judgment on him, de - livering it with one of the best speeches he had ever made, as p Bishop Burnet has observed.”
“The plaintiff ihall not recover his lands againft the cafual ejeftor, without de - livering a declaration to the tenant in poffeflion, 6, 55”
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