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noun, plural ew·er·ies. Archaic.
  1. a room for storing ewers, towels, napkins, etc.
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Origin of ewery

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at ewer, -y3
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Historical Examples of ewery

  • Go to the ewery, Otto, and fetch some provisions of the best.

    The Pearl Story Book


  • But ewery wise perducer of heatables or drinkables allus tries to captiwate the good opinyon of a Hed Waiter.

  • He says as I'm the ony Englishman as he has ewer known who can allus giv a answer rite off to ewery question as he arsks me!

  • See that your Ewery is properly supplied, and your ale-pots kept clean.