butlery

[buht-luh-ree]
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noun, plural but·ler·ies.

a butler's room or pantry; buttery.

Nearby words

  1. butler, joseph,
  2. butler, nicholas murray,
  3. butler, pierce,
  4. butler, samuel,
  5. butlerage,
  6. buto,
  7. butoconazole nitrate,
  8. butorphanol,
  9. butsu,
  10. butsudan

Origin of butlery

First recorded in 1250–1300, butlery is from the Middle English word botelerie. See butler, -y3

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British Dictionary definitions for butlery

butlery

noun plural -leries

a butler's room
another name for buttery 2 (def. 1)
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