grindery

grindery

[grahyn-duh-ree]
noun, plural grinderies.
1.
a workshop for grinding edge tools.
2.
British.
a.
a shoemaker's or leatherworker's material and equipment.
b.
a shop where such material and equipment may be purchased.

Origin:
1795–1805; grind + -ery

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grindery (ˈɡraɪndərɪ)
 
n , pl -eries
1.  a place in which tools and cutlery are sharpened
2.  the equipment of a shoemaker

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