noun, plural aum·bries.
Definition for aumbry (2 of 2)
noun, plural am·bries.
Origin of ambry
Examples from the Web for aumbry
The aumbry remains in which antiquarians suppose that St. Chad's relics were preserved.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Lichfield|A. B. Clifton
Cromwell stepped to an aumbry, where there were a glass of wine, a manchet of bread, and a little salt.The Fifth Queen|Ford Madox Ford
An aumbry was a recess in the wall well lined inside with wood so that the damp of the masonry should not spoil the books.Old English Libraries|Ernest Savage
The aumbry is on the north and the piscina on the south side of the position which the altar used to occupy.Bell's Cathedrals: Chichester (1901)|Hubert C. Corlette
The aumbry on the north side in the south choir aisle has been glazed, and is utilised as a cupboard to hold some curiosities.The Cathedral Church of Peterborough|W.D. Sweeting