noun (1)
stil·lage | \ ˈstilij \
plural -s

Definition of stillage 

(Entry 1 of 3)

1 : a small table or stand (as for casks in a brewery) sometimes equipped with wheels

2 : a drying stone for ceramic ware shaped but not fired


transitive verb
\ " \

Definition of stillage (Entry 2 of 3)

: to place on a stillage


noun (2)
still·age | \ " \
plural -s

Definition of stillage (Entry 3 of 3)

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

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History and Etymology for stillage

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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occurring twice a year or every two years

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