Buttery

  • 1 Buttery — may refer to:* Buttery (bread), a savoury Scottish bread roll * Buttery (shop), a storeroom for liquorPeople named Buttery:* Chris Buttery (21st century), English rugby league player * John Ernest Buttery Hotson (1877 1944), administrator in… …

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  • 2 Buttery — But ter*y, n.; pl. {Butteries}. [OE. botery, botry; cf. LL. botaria wine vessel; also OE. botelerie, fr. F. bouteillerie, fr. boutellie bottle. Not derived from butter. See {Bottle} a hollow vessel, {Butt} a cask.] 1. An apartment in a house… …

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  • 3 buttery — Ⅰ. buttery [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ containing, tasting like, or covered with butter. Ⅱ. buttery [2] ► NOUN (pl. butteries) Brit. ▪ a room in a college where food is kept and sold to students. ORIGIN …

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  • 4 Buttery — But ter*y, a. Having the qualities, consistence, or appearance, of butter. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 buttery — buttery1 [but′ər ē, but′rē] n. pl. butteries [ME boterie, ale cellar, pantry < OFr, storage room for casks < ML buteria: see BUTT3] 1. a storeroom for wine and liquor 2. Dial. a LARDER (sense 1) 3. a room in some English colleges where p …

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  • 6 buttery — I. noun (plural teries) Etymology: Middle English boterie, from Anglo French, from but cask, butt more at butt Date: 14th century 1. a storeroom for liquors 2. a. chiefly dialect pantry b. a room (as in an English college) stoc …

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  • 7 Buttery — Recorded as Botterell, Buttery, Buttrey and originally Boteri or Buteri, this is an English surname, but one of French origins. Probably introduced into the British Isles at or very shortly after the famous Conquest of England in 1066, the… …

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  • 8 buttery — [[t]bʌ̱təri[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Buttery food contains butter or is covered with butter. ...buttery new potatoes. ...the buttery taste of the pastry …

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  • 9 buttery — UK [ˈbʌtərɪ] / US adjective Word forms buttery : adjective buttery comparative butterier superlative butteriest buttery food has a lot of butter in it, or tastes as if it has butter in it …

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  • 10 buttery — 1. adjective a) Made with or tasting of butter. The buttery tasting cookie was actually made with margarine, but you couldnt tell by tasting it. b) Resembling butter in some way. The old paper was a buttery color you no longer get. 2 …

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  • 11 buttery — {{11}}buttery (adj.) resembling butter, late 14c., from BUTTER (Cf. butter) + Y (Cf. y) (2). {{12}}buttery (n.) place for storing liquor, originally room where provisions are laid up (late 14c.), from O.Fr. boterie, from L.L. botaria, from bota,… …

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  • 12 buttery — buttery1 butteriness, n. /but euh ree/, adj. 1. like, containing, or spread with butter. 2. resembling butter, as in smoothness or softness of texture: a vest of buttery leather. 3. grossly flattering; smarmy. [1350 1400; ME buttry. See BUTTER,… …

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  • 13 buttery — adj. Buttery is used with these nouns: ↑sauce …

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  • 14 buttery — but|ter|y [ bʌtəri ] adjective buttery food has a lot of butter in it or tastes as if it has butter in it …

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  • 15 buttery — adj Bad, ugly. That new CD is buttery; turn it off. 2000s …

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  • 16 Buttery — A store room where food and wines were kept in large establishments. The word has no connection with butter. [< AnNor. boterie < OldFr. botelerie] …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 17 buttery — Mawdesley Glossary the pantry …

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  • 18 buttery — but·ter·y || bÊŒtÉ™rɪ n. pantry …

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  • 19 buttery — buttery1 adjective containing, tasting like, or covered with butter. Derivatives butteriness noun buttery2 noun (plural butteries) Brit. a room in a college where food is kept and sold to students. Origin ME: from Anglo Norman Fr. boterie butt… …

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  • 20 buttery — n. Pantry …

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