liveryman

noun
liv·ery·man | \ˈli-və-rē-mən, ˈliv-rē-\

Definition of liveryman 

1 : a freeman of the City of London entitled to wear the livery of the company to which he belongs

2 archaic : a liveried retainer

3 : the keeper of a vehicle-rental service

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The drivers and liverymen were dressed in Victorian-era attire, and the latter generally kept up a steady stream of chatter to entertain their guests. Joan Hunt, Courant Community, "Holidays On Main A Tradition In Wethersfield," 21 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of liveryman

1616, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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