Definition of Butlerage

1. n. A duty of two shillings on every tun of wine imported into England by merchant strangers; -- so called because paid to the king's butler for the king.



Definition of Butlerage

1. Noun. (legal archaic) A duty formerly paid to the king's butler on every tun of wine imported into England by foreign merchants. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Butlerage

butenyls
buteo
buteonine
buteonines
buteos
butes
butethal
butethamate
butethamine hydrochloride
buthiazide
buthionine sulfoximine
butirosin sulfate
butle
butled
butler
butlerage (current term)
butlerages
butlered
butleries
butlering
butlerite
butlerless
butlerlike
butlerly
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butlership
butlery
butles
butling
butment

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