Livingston [liv-ing-stuh n] Examples noun

  1. Robert R.,1746–1813, U.S. political figure and jurist.
  2. a township in NE New Jersey.

Examples from the Web for livingston Contemporary Examples of livingston

  • From Lahti, Finland to Livingston, Texas, a look at the best spots to swim nude.

    Nine Amazing Places To Skinny Dip Around The World

    Erin Cunningham

    September 21, 2013

  • Furthermore, though Livingston pooh-poohs the idea, there is a limit on how much in tax you can extract from any group.

    Our Tax Code is Too Complicated. Here’s How to Simplify It.

    Megan McArdle

    April 15, 2013

  • Livingston quickly resigned, and Flynt withheld the details.

    Larry Flynt’s X-Rated Plan to Expose Mitt Romney

    Lauren Ashburn

    September 11, 2012

  • In 2007 he was a finalist for the Livingston Award, a prize that recognizes journalists under 35.

    Death of the Comedian’s Comedian

    Gregory Gilderman

    September 30, 2010

  • Maryanne Vollers is a writer and producer based in Livingston, Montana.

    Saying Goodbye to Doc

    Maryanne Vollers

    June 26, 2009

  • Historical Examples of livingston

  • Livingston, moreover, had dined just unwisely enough to be truthful.

    The Spenders

    Harry Leon Wilson

  • She was a Livingston, and a patriot, and she knew me for one as well.

    In the Valley

    Harold Frederic

  • Barlow and a rich New Yorker named Livingston backed the enterprise.

    Steve and the Steam Engine

    Sara Ware Bassett

  • Monroe soon adopted Livingston’s view and pressed it upon the President.

    Union and Democracy

    Allen Johnson

  • For the moment Livingston was nonplussed, and declined to make any offer.

    Union and Democracy

    Allen Johnson

  • British Dictionary definitions for livingston Livingston noun

    1. a town in SE Scotland, the administrative centre of West Lothian: founded as a new town in 1962. Pop: 50 826 (2001)
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