from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
- noun A barber's shop.
- noun The occupation or craft of a barber.
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You come across with this, sickening sweet niceness laced with barbery jagged remarks consistently.
His name was originally Colbath, and he was reputed to have been born under a barbery - bush in one of the green lanes of New Hampshire.
The following enactment was in force: "No person using any shaving or barbery in London shall occupy any surgery, letting of blood, or other matter, except of drawing teeth."
Watty el Bordj affords excellent pasturage; in many spots it is overgrown with trees, mostly oaks, and the barbery is also very frequent.
Gone are the days of barbery ... these animals are culled humanely in spite of all the bad press that states otherwise.
shows him looking the part even without the offending barbery.
It looks as if it had been marcelled, without that common, barbery stiffness-like. "