[pap-i-tree; French papuh-tree]
noun, plural pap·e·teries [pap-i-treez; French papuh-tree] /ˈpæp ɪ triz; French papəˈtri/.
a box for holding stationery, especially an ornamental one.
Origin of papeterie
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Historical Examples of papeterie
a box or case for papers and other writing materials
Word Origin for papeterie
C19: from French, from papetier maker of paper, from papier paper
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