Definition of Drysaltery

1. n. The articles kept by a drysalter; also, the business of a drysalter.

Definition of Drysaltery

1. Noun. The articles kept by a drysalter for sale. ¹

2. Noun. The business of a drysalter. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Drysaltery

1. [n -RIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drysaltery

drynursed
drynurses
drynursing
dryobalanops
dryolestid
dryolestids
dryopithecine
dryopithecines
drypis
drypoint
drypoints
drys
drysalter
drysalteries
drysalters
drysaltery (current term)
drysdallite
drystone
drystones
drysuit
drysuited
drysuits
dryte
dryth
dryths
drytt
drywall
drywalled
drywaller
drywallers

Literary usage of Drysaltery

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1. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour ReviewChemical engineering (1900)
"It is only a little more than a year ago since several of the largest dyewood and drysaltery firms in the United Kingdom pooled their interests, ..."

2. London in the Reign of Victoria (1837-1897) by George Laurence Gomme (1898)
"Bullion • Bill and discount ... ... 32 Colonial, coffee, and sugar 96 Cotton ' ... 8 Diamond 1 Drug and drysaltery ... 9 Drug 13 East India and ..."

3. Lessons in the Speaking and Writing of English by John Matthews Manly, Eliza Randall Simmons Bailey (1912)
"The world is grown to one vast drysaltery! So munch on; crunch on; ... What is tripe ? train-oil ? a psaltery? a drysaltery ? a ..."

4. Independent Fifth Reader: Containing a Practical Treatise on Elocution by James Madison Watson (1880)
"1 Julius Caesar, a Roman warrior, 2 Dry'salt'er y, the articles kept statesman, and man of letters, who by, or the business of, a drysaltery wa§ one of the ..."

5. Manchester Streets and Manchester Men by Thomas Swindells (1907)
"James Varley, whose father was a chemical manufacturer, and the original maker of cream of tartar and chloride of lime, succeeded to the drysaltery business ..."

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