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cutchery definition

  • noun:
    • A hall used for business, political or personal assemblies, such as for example a magistrate's judge, or a building housing general public companies, such as a Secretariat.
    • A musical performance or style.
    • A military unit or large brigade.
    • A spice, such as for instance Indonesian kentjoer; or kitchery - an Indian meal of rice boiled with split pulse, onions, eggs, butter, and condiments; in addition, in European cookery, a dish made of cold fish, boiled rice, eggs, and condiments, served hot (kedgeree).
    • A hindu hallway of justice.
    • In Brit India, a court of justice or a collector's or any general public workplace.
    • A hall employed for business, governmental or social assemblies, eg a magistrate's judge, or a building housing community agencies, including a Secretariat.
    • A musical overall performance or style.
    • A military unit or huge brigade.
    • A spice, such as for example Indonesian kentjoer; or kitchery - an Indian meal of rice boiled with split pulse, onions, eggs, butter, and condiments; also, in European cookery, a dish made from cold seafood, boiled rice, eggs, and condiments, served hot (kedgeree).
    • A hindu hallway of justice.
    • In Uk Asia, a court of justice or a collector's or any community company.
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