ewery [yoo-uh-ree] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural ew·er·ies. Archaic.
- a room for storing , towels, napkins, etc.
Origin of ewery Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at, Examples from the Web for ewery Historical Examples of ewery
Go to the ewery, Otto, and fetch some provisions of the best.
But ewery wise perducer of heatables or drinkables allus tries to captiwate the good opinyon of a Hed Waiter.
He says as I’m the ony Englishman as he has ewer known who can allus giv a answer rite off to ewery question as he arsks me!
See that your Ewery is properly supplied, and your ale-pots kept clean.