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-ery

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Etymology

from Anglo-Norman -erie (place) (from Old French)

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Suffix

-ery

  1. Trade or craft of
    joinery; cookery
  2. Place of
    bakery; distillery
  3. Class or group of
    hosiery; shrubbery
  4. Characteristic of
    snobbery; tomfoolery

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