carvery

carvery

[kahr-vuh-ree]
noun, plural carveries.
1.
a restaurant, hotel dining room, etc., that specializes in roasted meats and poultry carved to the diner's request.
2.
the selection of roasted meats and poultry provided.

Origin:
carve + -ery

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carvery (ˈkɑːvərɪ)
 
n , pl -veries
an eating establishment at which customers pay a set price and may then have unrestricted helpings of food from a variety of meats, salads, and other vegetables

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