buttery definition

  • adjective:
    • Containing or scatter with butter.
    • Like or resembling butter.
    • Marked by effusive and insincere flattery.
    • Made with or tasting of butter.
    • Resembling butter in some manner.
    • getting the qualities, consistence, or look, of butter.
    • unpleasantly and exceptionally suave or ingratiating in fashion or address
    • resembling or containing or spread with butter
  • noun:
    • an area which liquors tend to be saved.
    • Chiefly British A place in colleges and universities where students may buy provisions.
    • a-room for keeping meals or beverages; a storeroom.
    • A room in a university in which treats can be bought.
    • An apartment in a house where butter, milk along with other conditions are kept.
    • a-room in a few English colleges in which liquors, fruit, and refreshments tend to be kept for sale into the students.
    • A cellar which butts of wine are kept.
    • An apartment in a property which wines, liquors, and conditions are kept; a pantry.
    • In universities, formerly, a room in which liquors, fresh fruits, and refreshments had been held obtainable towards pupils.
    • a teashop where pupils in Brit universities can buy light meals
    • a small storeroom for storing meals or wines
  • others:
    • getting the qualities (especially the consistence) or appearance of butter.
    • likely to allow fall everything one must hold, as a ball inside game of cricket; butter-fingered.

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