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adjective ci·dery \ˈsī-də-rē\

Definition of cidery

  1. :  smelling or tasting of or like cider or rotting apples

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Origin and Etymology of cidery

cider + 1-y


First Known Use: 1843


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noun ci·dery \ˈsī-də-rē\

Definition of cidery

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cideries

  1. :  a building or plant where cider is made Two hundred forty-seven beers and ciders from 53 breweries and cideries … entered the competition. — Gregg Glaser, Yankee Brew News, December 2009

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Origin and Etymology of cidery

cider + 2-y (after brewery)


First Known Use: 1991


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