And herewithal there was such a savour as all the spicery of the world had been there.
They broke open warehouses in the spicery, the Cutlery and elsewhere.
The old name for a grocer was a spicer; and spicery was a wide term.
And then they kneeled down and made their devotions, and there was such a savour as all the spicery in the world had been there.
All that country grows good ginger; and therefore merchants go thither for spicery.
Before her departure she opened her treasures, and gave him vast stores of spicery and gold.
One letter speaks of six ships coming out of France "with wyn and spicery full laden."
It is not experience, it is a revel of color226 and of sensuousness; it is a Keats-like banquet, sweets and spicery.
To the south of it lay spicery and Vintnery, the quarter of the richer burgesses.
By all that country groweth good ginger, and therefore thither go the merchants for spicery.
Heb. nechoth, identified with the Arabic naka'at, the gum tragacanth, obtained from the astralagus, of which there are about twenty species found in Palestine. The tragacanth of commerce is obtained from the A. tragacantha. "The gum exudes plentifully under the heat of the sun on the leaves, thorns, and exteremity of the twigs."