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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: crocker 'maker of clay pots' (14-18 centuries), from crock

crockery

noun
     
crockery
Related topics: Utensils
crock‧e‧ry [uncountable] British English
DFU cups, dishes, plates etc [↪ cutlery]:
a stack of dirty crockery

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