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coopery

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Pronunciation: /ˈkuːp(ə)ri
 
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Definition of coopery in English:

noun (plural cooperies)

Another term for cooperage.
Example sentences
  • They also have their own cooper, and both the coopery and the shire stables are open to the public.
  • It is seen in words such as coopery and laundry.
  • The site of the Shakespeare, on the corner of Lionel Street was home to a coopery or barrel maker when most of this area was then part of the Colmore estate.

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