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noun (1)

plural -s
: a small table or stand (as for casks in a brewery) sometimes equipped with wheels
: a drying stone for ceramic ware shaped but not fired


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transitive verb

: to place on a stillage


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noun (2)

plural -s
: the mash from an alcoholic fermentation after removal of the alcohol in a still
simple screening of the stillage gives distillers' dried grainsR. S. Aries
compare distillers' grains

Word History


Noun (1)

modification of Dutch stellage scaffolding, from Middle Dutch, from stellen to place + -age (from Middle French); akin to Old High German stellen to place

Noun (2)

still entry 8 + -age

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“Stillage.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 Sep. 2023.

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