Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [l'ɪvɚp,ul]
meaning of the word
a large city in northwestern England; its port is the country's major outlet for industrial exports
"To-night! and you go to Liverpool!
He's going to Glasgow, by way of Liverpool."
Tom bought them in Liverpool, and asked me to bring them up with me."
Stephenson, whose business it is to get from Manchester to Liverpool, sets about filling up Chat Moss.
A report arose that you had been seen at Liverpool, in an Australian-bound ship, but we could not trace it to any foundation."
My friend was detained in Liverpool longer than he expected; and, three days later, as he hadn't returned home, his wife called on me.
The moon had risen and was shining softly on the river as the crowded tender landed the passengers from the "Spartacus" at the Liverpool docks.
From the extravagant value placed upon the article, I verily believe, that with a bushel of common Liverpool salt all the real estate in Typee might have been purchased.
Such was the road to be traversed in seven days, which would enable Phileas Fogg--at least, so he hoped--to take the Atlantic steamer at New York on the 11th for Liverpool.
"Madam," I replied, "for myself I like the smell of cheese, and the journey the other day with them from Liverpool I shall ever look back upon as a happy ending to a pleasant holiday.