noun, plural grog·ger·ies.
Origin of groggery
Examples from the Web for groggery
No sooner had she a groggery "to her fortune" than her hand was sought by a legion of admirers.Disturbed Ireland|Bernard H. Becker
There is no tavern and no groggery; but there is a chapel and a schoolhouse.
He led the way to the groggery and applied his eye to a slit in the oiled paper, while Dick and Tom stood on either side.The Road to Paris|Robert Neilson Stephens
The groggery was filled with men when he arrived, and in the number he found safety.Down the Slope|James Otis
Gazing back, as I hastened, I saw her still there, leaning against the sheet-iron of the groggery and ostensibly weeping.Desert Dust|Edwin L. Sabin