Definition of Servery

1. Noun. (chiefly British) A place where food is served, either the surface itself or the room; a food counter or canteen/cafeteria service area. ¹



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Definition of Servery

1. a room adjoining a dining room [n SERVERIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Servery

served
served time
servee
servees
servelet
servent
servents
server
server-side
serveries
serverless
serverlet
serverlets
servers
serverside
servery (current term)
serves
serves time
servest
serveth
servewe
servewed
servewes
servewing
service-oriented architecture
service-oriented architectures
service abroad
service agency
service agreement

Literary usage of Servery

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1. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"There are altogether four doors, one leading to the servery, one to the Sala ... Next to the north comes the servery, a room without interest but for its ..."

2. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"There are altogether four doors, one leading to the servery, one to the Sala ... Next to the north comes the servery, a room without interest but for its ..."

3. War-time Echoes: Patriotic Poems, Heroic and Pathetic, Humorous and by James Henry Brownlee (1898)
"Siz servery, hould on, if ye do it'll All git mity wet. Divil cares, siz Hobson, is this the Bay ... Divil a cint I have, said servery, For you and the min. ..."

4. Electric Cooking, Heating, Cleaning, Etc.: Being a Manual of Electricity in by Maud Lucas Lancaster (1914)
"... kitchen and servery for servery for light refresh- ie view of Torbay. ranges, loaded to 6 kw. ..."

5. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"... a servery and staff rooms. Another smaller exhibition gallery, a trustees' boardroom and a committee room will also be provided on this floor. ..."

6. The Gentleman's House: Or, How to Plan English Residences, from the by Robert Kerr (1865)
"... (servery), or Buttery and Pantry combined, for the service of wine and ale, bread, and table-furnishings; and a Cellar for miscellaneous heavy stores. ..."

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