Orangery Or"an*ger*y, n. [F. orangerie, fr. orange. See {Orange}.] A place for raising oranges; a plantation of orange trees. [1913 Webster]

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  • orangery — ► NOUN (pl. orangeries) ▪ a building like a large conservatory where orange trees are grown …   English terms dictionary

  • orangery — [ôr′inj rē, är′inj rē] n. pl. orangeries [Fr orangerie < oranger, orange tree < orange] a hothouse or other sheltered place for growing orange trees in cooler climates …   English World dictionary

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  • orangery — /awr inj ree, or /, n., pl. orangeries. a warm place, as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are cultivated in cool climates. [1655 65; < F orangerie, equiv. to orang(er) orange tree (deriv. of orange ORANGE) + erie ERY] * * * ▪ building… …   Universalium

  • orangery — [[t]ɒ̱rɪnʤri, AM ɔ͟ːr [/t]] orangeries N COUNT An orangery is a building with glass walls and roof which is used for growing orange trees and other plants which need to be kept warm …   English dictionary

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  • orangery — also orangerie noun (plural ries) Date: 1664 a protected place and especially a greenhouse for growing oranges in cool climates …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • orangery — noun A greenhouse in which orange trees are grown …   Wiktionary

  • orangery — or|an|ge|ry [ˈɔrındʒəri US ˈo: ,ˈa: ] n plural orangeries old fashioned a place, usually next to a large expensive house, where orange trees are grown …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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