noun, plural cream·er·ies.
- cream soda,
- cream tea,
Origin of creamery
Examples from the Web for creamery
Sharpe Holdings Inc.* Missouri corporation that is involved in the farming, dairy, creamery, and cheese-making industries.After Hobby Lobby, These 82 Corporations Could Drop Birth Control Coverage|Abby Haglage|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Produced in the creamery adjacent to the milking parlor, Woodside Farm ice cream is more cream-sweet than sugar-sweet.
As of November of last year, the Creamery stopped offering “Sandusky Blitz.”Penn State Goes Too Far in Its Purge of All Things Paterno|John Hendrickson|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This condition is of the utmost importance in the destruction of bacteria in the dairy and creamery.
The fox was trailed by the dogs past Regele's creamery, when the trail came abruptly to an end.News Writing|M. Lyle Spencer
In the meanwhile he was keenly anxious to secure an interest in the creamery.A Prairie Courtship|Harold Bindloss
A week later an employee at the creamery also contracted the fever, the residence of the latter being marked B on the diagram.Rural Hygiene|Henry N. Ogden
Where such conditions prevail, the spread of the disease in the creamery district is exceedingly rapid.
noun plural -eries
1808, from French crémerie, from crème (see cream (n.)).