creamery

[kree-muh-ree]
noun, plural creameries.
1.
a place where milk and cream are processed and where butter and cheese are produced.
2.
a place for the sale of milk and its products.
3.
a place where milk is set to form cream.

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism; cream + -ery

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creamery (ˈkriːmərɪ)
 
n , pl -eries
1.  an establishment where milk and cream are made into butter and cheese
2.  a place where dairy products are sold
3.  a place where milk is left to stand until the cream rises to the top

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Example sentences
Some deliver packages to the crematorium instead of the creamery.
There were even artists on hand, as awkwardly interested as cows at a creamery.
The two together made the whole package: the satyr in the creamery, cavorting
  among the dairymaids.
The skinny cows, the creamery and the kosher butcher who slaughtered the
  chickens have all been gone for almost half a century.
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