noun, plural bleach·er·ies.
- bleaching powder,
- bleak house,
Origin of bleachery
Examples from the Web for bleachery
The Board of Operatives is intended to represent the interests of the workers in the bleachery.
Verily, there is no “factory atmosphere” about the bleachery, compared with New York standards.
At the Lowell bleachery fifteen million yards are dyed annually.North America, Volume I (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
Sunday baseball—that day our bleachery team played the Keen Kutters—pained Mr. Welsh.
She laid it down on the patch of grass Miss Holmes took great pains with for a bleachery.A Little Girl in Old San Francisco|Amanda Minnie Douglas