[hab-er-dash-uh-ree] /ˈhæb ərˌdæʃ ə ri/

noun, plural haberdasheries.
a haberdasher’s shop.
the goods sold there.
noun (pl) -eries
the goods or business kept by a haberdasher

early 15c., Anglo-French, “goods sold by a haberdasher,” from haberdasher + -y (2). Meaning “a haberdasher’s shop” is recorded from 1813, with meaning shading to -ery.


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