enginery

[en-juh n-ree]
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noun, plural en·gine·ries.

engines collectively; machinery.
engines of war collectively.
skillful or artful contrivance.

Nearby words

  1. engineer officer,
  2. engineer's chain,
  3. engineering,
  4. engineering geology,
  5. engineman,
  6. engird,
  7. engirdle,
  8. englacial,
  9. england,
  10. england, church of

Origin of enginery

First recorded in 1595–1605; engine + -ry

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British Dictionary definitions for enginery

enginery

noun plural -ries

a collection or assembly of engines; machinery
engines employed in warfare
rare skilful manoeuvring or contrivance
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