noun, plural tan·ner·ies.
- tanner growth chart,
- tanner stage,
- tanner, henry ossawa,
- tannic acid,
Origin of tannery
Examples from the Web for tannery
Two personages worthy of mention here visited the tannery house during the years that Cynthia lived with Jethro.
“I do not mean to stand behind you after you are in the tannery, anyway,” he went on.The Story of Leather|Sara Ware Bassett
Buxton lime, which can be obtained in powdered form, is particularly suitable for the tannery.Leather|K. J. Adcock
I had to go back to the Keys to dispose of everything there, my store and tannery interests.Fighting Byng|A. Stone
He would never depart from the tannery house, but Cynthia went to him there, many times a week.