Finery

• (n.) Fineness; beauty. • (n.) Ornament; decoration; especially, excecially decoration; showy clothes; jewels. • (n.) A charcoal hearth or furnace for the conversion of cast iron into wrought iron, or into iron suitable for puddling.
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finery

noun elaborate or showy attire and accessories
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Finery

Fin'er·y noun 1. Fineness; beauty. [ Obsolete] « Don't choose your place of study by the finery of the prospects.» I. Watts. 2. Ornament; decoration; especially, excecially decoration; showy clothes; jewels. « Her mistress' cast-off finery .&...
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finery

1. Fineness; beauty. 'Don't choose your place of study by the finery of the prospects.' (I. Watts) ... 2. Ornament; decoration; especially, excecially decoration; showy clothes; jewels. 'Her mistress' cast-off finery.' (F. W. Robertson) ... 3. [Cf. Refinery. ... A charcoal hearth or furnace for the conversion of cast iron into wrought iron, or into...
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