buttery

[ buht-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF buttery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUTTERY

And then jest as I was gettin' into a drowse, I heard the cat in the buttery, and I got up to let her out.

An inward cellar within the buttery, which may serue for a Larder.

A staire-case into the Good-mans roomes ouer the Kitchin and Buttery.

Then the musicians withdrew to the buttery, and were themselves feasted.

Which performed, they, with the musick, are to return into the buttery.

East of it is the kitchen, eleven by twenty feet, south of which is the buttery.

The phœnix,” she sighed, “the paragon, the nonpareil of the buttery.

One evening, after dark, Johnnie Green went into the buttery to get a pail.

At one end of the buttery there was a trap door in the floor.

Often, after that, Mrs. Green discovered traces of the thief in the buttery.

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