noun, plural bind·er·ies.
- bind hand and foot,
- bind over,
- binder twine,
- binding energy
Origin of bindery
Examples from the Web for bindery
The materials for this work can in part be obtained from a bindery.Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries|John Cotton Dana
Since his death this bindery has been broken up, and the finest work is to-day being done by women.The Art of the Book|Bernard H. Newdigate
If perchance the bindery becomes clogged with extra work the librarian can rush the books that are needed most.
There's a number of girls from the bindery going on an excursion up the river, and they have invited me.Pretty Madcap Dorothy|Laura Jean Libbey
If a binding slip must be sent to the bindery, by using carbon paper both slips can be made at the same time.