Buttery

• (n.) An apartment in a house where butter, milk and other provisions are kept. • (a.) Having the qualities, consistence, or appearance, of butter. • (n.) A cellar in which butts of wine are kept. • (n.) A room in some English colleges where liquors, fruit, and refreshments are kept for sale to the students.Buttery: words in th...
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buttery

fulsome adjective unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech; `buttery praise`; `gave him a fulsome introduction`; `an oily sycophantic press agent`; `oleaginous hypocrisy`; `smarmy self-importance`; `the unctuous Uriah Heep`;...
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Buttery

[bread] A buttery, also known as a roll, rowie, rollie, Aberdeen roll or Cookie is a savoury Scottish bread roll (though cookie is also a name for a cream bun). ==Origin== The buttery was originally made for the fishermen sailing from Aberdeen`s harbour. They needed a roll that would not become stale during the two weeks or more that they w...
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Buttery

[room] A buttery was a service room in a large medieval house in which butts, barrels or bottles of alcoholic drink were stored and from which they were served into the Great Hall. The `butler` was anciently the household officer in charge of the buttery, and possibly for its provisionment, that is to say the sourcing and purchasing of wine...
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Buttery

[shop] In the Middle Ages, a buttery was a storeroom for liquor, the name being derived from the Latin and French words for bottle or, to put the word into its simpler form, a butt, that is, a cask. A butler, before he became able to take charge of the ewery, pantry, cellar, and the staff, would be in charge of the buttery. Over time, the b...
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Buttery

But'ter·y adjective Having the qualities, consistence, or appearance, of butter.
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Buttery

But'ter·y noun ; plural Butteries [ Middle English botery , botry ; confer Late Latin botaria wine vessel; also Middle English botelerie , from French bouteillerie , from boutellie bottle. Not derived from butter . See Bottle a...
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Buttery

A descriptive term for cheese with a high fat content, such as the double and triple creams, or cheese with a sweet flavor and creamy texture reminiscent of butter.
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Buttery

A relatively high level of oily material suspended in the coffee beverage. The result of substantial
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Buttery

A rich and oily flavour.
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Buttery

chamber used for storing and preparing food and drink
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Buttery

chamber used for storing and preparing food and drink
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Buttery

Descriptor for rich flavor and smoothness of texture, somewhat akin to the oiliness and flavor of butter. More often refers to oak-aged white wines than reds; many Chardonnays and white Burgundies are said to have buttery aromas and flavors.
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Buttery

Having a smooth richness reminiscent of butter. Typically refers to oak-aged white wines such as Chardonnays and White Burgundies.
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buttery

having a taste like butter or butterscotch, signifying the presence of diacetyl.
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Buttery

Next to the kitchen, a room from where wine was dispensed.
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Buttery

Next to the kitchen, a room from where wine was dispensed.
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buttery

Origin: OE. Botery, botry; cf. LL. Botaria wine vessel; also OE. Botelerie, fr. F. Bouteillerie, fr. Boutellie bottle. Not derived from butter. See Bottle a hollow vessel, Butt a cask. ... 1. An apartment in a house where butter, milk and other provisions are kept. 'All that need a cool and fresh temper, as cellars, pantries, and butteries, to the ...
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Buttery

Refers to a smell, especially in Chardonnay that has been aged in oak.
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buttery

room where wine was dispensed from barrels. Bottlery. Usually located between the hall and the kitchen. A store room for provisions
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buttery

storeroom for provisions and liquors
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Buttery

Taste term for the rich, creamy characters often found in barrel-fermented Chardonnay that has undergone malolactic fermentation.
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buttery

The smell, taste and feel of butter or cream in a wine; stronger in wines that have undergone malolactic fermentation. This style was very popular in the 1970s through 1990s in California with Chardonnay. That trend is on the decline, and many wineries now focus on the bright pure fruit flavors in the Chardonnay grape.
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Buttery

Used to describe the smell or flavor of melted butter, usually related to toasty oak. It can also be a reference to a smooth texture.
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Buttery

Where wine and other drinks are stored, typically next to the kitchen.
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