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- n. A place and apparatus for boiling, as for evaporating brine in the manufacture of salt.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A place and apparatus for boiling, as for evaporating brine in salt making.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A place or an apparatus for boiling.
- n. A salt-house or place for evaporating brine.
- n. In law, water arising from a salt-well belonging to one who is not the owner of the soil.
- n. Also boilary.
Let a man succeed in art, and he will be paid one or two thousand pounds apiece for his most "pot-boilery" portraits.
The wind, the night before, had blown down twenty apple trees into the farmyard, overturned the boilery, and carried away the roof of the barn.
All the appointments, from the carthouse to the boilery, stood in need of repair.
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