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bindery Line breaks: bind|ery
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌɪnd(ə)ri/

Definition of bindery in English:

noun (plural binderies)

A workshop or factory in which books are bound.
Example sentences
  • The people discover again how to use the foundries, book binderies, breweries, and halls of government that slowly push up out of the ground.
  • For its annual meeting, the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Society for Information Science and Technology planned a late August visit to the Strong Bindery, a custom bindery in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood.
  • Kenny's also operates a book club and a bindery business.

Words that rhyme with bindery

spidery • doddery

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