American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A structure in which meat or fish is cured with smoke.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A building in which meats or fish are cured by smoking; also, one in which smoked meats are stored. The former is provided with hoots for suspending the pieces to be smoked, which are hung over a smoldering fire kindled at the bottom of the apartment.
- n. In leather manufacturing a close room heated by means of a fire of spent tan, which smolders, but produces no flame. It is used for unhairing hides, which are hung up in the smoky atmosphere until incipient fermentation has softened the epidermis and the roots of the hair.
- n. A structure used to smoke food to preserve it and to add flavor.
- n. A structure in which freshly harvested tobacco is cured or preserved by smoking.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A building where meat or fish is cured by subjecting it to a dense smoke.
- n. a small house where smoke is used to cure meat or fish
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