Synonyms for butteries

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Here are to be the cellars, kitchens, butteries, and pantries.

In the butteries and cellar were plentiful provisions of food.

The house consists of two courts; in the centre building behind which is the great hall, with its butteries and cellars.

The cupboards and the butteries are filled with flour, dried flesh, wine, olives and oil for burning.

As in other colleges the passage to the grounds (or, as in this case, to the second court) is between the hall and the butteries.

The hall, parlour, and butteries were constructed out of the Church of the Friars.

“And turn you out of the butteries by the shoulders,” said a strong undergraduate, who had chanced to be a witness of the scene.

In choosing a wife the swain is warned that "Fine faces fill no butteries, an' fou uns rob no cubbarts."

The hall is connected with an ample kitchen, and a series of butteries, pantries, and sculleries of suitable size.

In the fountain-court, still in good repair, was the great hall, near to the kitchen and butteries.