noun, plural turn·er·ies.
- turner's syndrome,
- turner's tooth,
- turner, frederick jackson,
- turner, joseph mallord william,
- turner, nat,
- turning chisel,
- turning circle,
- turning piece,
- turning point
Origin of turnery
Examples from the Web for turnery
It is in great demand for cotton-mill machinery, turnery handles and forms.
It is extensively cut into lumber for interior and exterior trim, vehicle bodies, veneers, turnery and other high-grade uses.
It is used for interior finish, furniture, woodenware and turnery.
The timber is used for musical instruments, inlaying, &c., and is reckoned superior to most woods for turnery ware.Woodland Gleanings|Charles Tilt
Common Uses: Spools, shoe lasts and pegs, turnery, bark for canoes.Wood and Forest|William Noyes