Definition of Duddery in English:

Duddery

noun

historical
  • The area of Stourbridge Fair (an annual fair formerly held on Stourbridge Common in Cambridge) where cloth and woollen goods were sold, taking the form of a large square lined with booths.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Leland (c1503–1552), poet and antiquary. From dud + -ery.

Pronunciation

Duddery

/ˈdʌd(ə)ri/