noun, plural al·mon·ries.
Examples from the Web for almonry
He increased the allowances to the kitchen, cellars, and almonry.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Saint Albans|Thomas Perkins
Stow distinctly says it was in the almonry of the abbey; and the handbill Dr. Rimbault refers to confirms that fact.
A statute which dates c. 1190 refers to the boys of the almonry, and informs us that they lived on alms.Education in England in the Middle Ages|Albert William Parry
An almonry is described in some recent works as "a building near the church."
Attached to St. Saviour's was an almonry intended for the same purpose.South London|Sir Walter Besant