Definition of Butleries
1. butlery [n] - See also: butlery
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Butleries
Literary usage of Butleries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1835)
"... and also before various places within and without the palace, which were assigned for pantries, butleries, cooking-rooms, sculleries, larders, ..."
2. Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical and by David Patrick, Robert Chambers (1902)
"... since I have been here, and the butleries but seldom after meals ; unlesse for a ciza, that is for a farthing-worth of small- beer : so that lesse than ..."
3. Reports of Some Cases Adjudged in the Courts of the Lord Chancellor, Master by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Charles Purton Cooper (1841)
"... furnish the chapel of the said college with all things decent and necessary for the same; and also shall furnish the hall, kitchen, pantries, butleries, ..."
4. The Picturesque Antiquities of Spain: Described in a Series of Letters, with by Nathaniel Armstrong Wells (1846)
"... and he is occupied with the labours which necessarily precede its appearance in its new character, replacing the butleries, kitchens, storehouses, ..."