ewery

noun
ew·​ery | \ -ərē\
plural -es

Definition of ewery

: a room for ewers, table linen, and towels (as in a royal palace)

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History and Etymology for ewery

Middle English ewerie, from Anglo-French, from ewer + -ie -y

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