ambry definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British A pantry.
    • a distinct segment nearby the altar of a church for keeping sacred vessels and vestments.
    • A storehouse. (Especially a distinct segment or recess in a wall used for storage.)
    • In churches, a type of cabinet, niche, cupboard, or locker for utensils, vestments, etc.
    • A store closet, as a pantry, cupboard, etc.
    • Almonry.
    • somewhere for maintaining things; a storehouse, storeroom, cabinet, kitchen, cupboard, hit, safe, locker, upper body. Especially
    • a spot for maintaining victuals; a pantry, cupboard, or meat-safe.
    • Hir. Wont any fool just take me for a wise man today, witnessing me draw-out associated with pit of my treasury this small god along with his stomach full of silver?
    • In ancient churches, a distinct segment or recess, fitted with a door, in wall nearby the altar, when the sacred utensils had been deposited.
    • a location for maintaining publications; a library.
    • just like almonry.

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