Word Origin for ambry
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Below the hall is seen a small ambry or cupboard in the wall.The Hawarden Visitors' Hand-Book|William Henry Gladstone
Ambry, am′bri, n. a niche in churches in which the sacred utensils were kept: a cupboard for victuals.
There is a double Early English piscina in the south wall, and an ambry in the north.
With that he restored the goblet to the secret shelf, put back the drawer, and shut the ambry door.Foes|Mary Johnston
There is an ambry in the south wall near the east end, and the doorway is semicircular and of Norman character.Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys|Dugald Butler and Herbert Story