A livid area of skin, such as a bruise, or as is often found on cadavers.(noun)
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Use "lividity" in a sentence
"She would have been dead for a number of hours, then there would have been post-mortem evidence of signs, such as lividity, discoloration after death, and stiffness after death, and those were not present."
"A kind of lividity spread over the picture, bleaching it of all colour."
"Al Schuler, one of 12 jurors weighing the fate of a 23-year-old charged with killing a homeless man in Maryland, was confused by the word "lividity" and what role it might have played in explaining the circumstances of the victim's beating death."