There are 2 definitions of venery in English:

venery1

Syllabification: ven·er·y
Pronunciation: /ˈvenərē
 
/

noun

archaic
Sexual indulgence.
More example sentences
  • Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.
  • And further, it is greatly irritated by constant contact with the clothing and stimulates venery and coitus.
  • What is reading but a vice, like drink or venery or any other form of excessive self-indulgence?

Origin

late Middle English: from medieval Latin veneria, from venus, vener- 'sexual love'.

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Word of the day neoteny
Pronunciation: nēˈätn-ē
noun
retention of juvenile features in the adult animal

There are 2 definitions of venery in English:

venery2

Syllabification: ven·er·y
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈvenərē/

noun

archaic
Hunting.
More example sentences
  • We feel that it is one of the finest hunts of venery that we actually see.
  • So we are, as Phil said, more concerned with the art of venery rather than the galloping over other people's land.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French venerie, from vener 'to hunt', from Latin venari.

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Word of the day neoteny
Pronunciation: nēˈätn-ē
noun
retention of juvenile features in the adult animal