noun, plural al·mon·ries.
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He lived in the little Almonry at Westminster, the block of ancient buildings in which the Purcell family lived.Twelve Good Musicians|Frederick Bridge
Whilst the bearer of the roll was waiting to receive back his brief, he was to be entertained liberally in the almonry.English Monastic Life|Abbot Gasquet
Near the gatehouse was the almonry, a shelter used in very early days to house visitors who sought free lodging.The Cry at Midnight|Mildred A. Wirt
Other buildings include an Elizabethan town hall, the grammar school, founded by Abbot Lichfield, and the picturesque 11 almonry.
An almonry is described in some recent works as "a building near the church."