noun, plural en·gine·ries.
Origin of enginery
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Historical Examples of enginery
One of the most important things in enginery is the capacity to determine the power developed.Motors
James Slough Zerbe
The intention of the Commissioners being solely to try her enginery, no use was made of her sails.
Here was seen the castle of the noble with all its imposing architecture, and its enginery of offense and defense.The Empire of Russia
John S. C. Abbott
He speaks as if he were at the head of irresistible legions and equipped with all the enginery of war.The Preacher and His Models
Meantime his agents dispersed themselves through the Aegean, buying provisions and arms, enginery, and war material of all kinds.The Prince of India, Volume II