distillery

[ dih-stil-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF distillery
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That was one of the distillery people; he'd remember the name in a moment.

If it existed it must connect with cellars at the depot and the distillery.

Instead he focused his powerful glasses on the office of the distillery.

It is a counting-room, in Chase & Speakman's distillery; a very small room it is.

Ah, sir, if my husband has gone there, it was your distillery that sent him.

There is a distillery in the village too, and he who says that poison is concocted there does not lie in the least.

But Denny didn't go, though he had the price of two "balls" at the distillery.

Fetch me a distillery,Let me drink it dry— Fill me full of sillery!

On the summit is the dwelling and distillery of a colonel famous in these parts.

It had, for some time, the fate of the distillery; but I have heard that it now flourishes.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, "act of distilling;" see distill + -ery. Meaning "place for distilling" is from 1759.

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