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stillroom

[ stil-room, -room ]
/ ˈstɪlˌrum, -ˌrʊm /
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noun

(in a large house) a room for distilling or for the preparation of special foods and drinks.
a room off a kitchen for making tea, coffee, etc., and for storing liquors, tea, preserves, jams, wine, etc.

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Origin of stillroom

First recorded in 1700–10; still2 + room
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still room

noun British

a room in which distilling is carried out
a pantry or storeroom, as in a large house
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