noun, plural sculleries. Chiefly British.
a small room or section of a pantry in which food is cleaned, trimmed, and cut into cooking portions before being sent to the kitchen.
a small room or section of a pantry or kitchen in which cooking utensils are cleaned and stored.
noun (pl) -leries
(mainly Brit) a small room or part of a kitchen where washing up, vegetable preparation, etc is done
noun 1. James Henry, 1876–1953, Australian statesman: prime minister 1929–31. noun 1. James Henry. 1876–1953, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1929–31)
noun 1. a kitchen servant who does menial work. 2. a low or contemptible person. noun 1. a mean or despicable person 2. (archaic) a servant employed to do rough household work in a kitchen
verb (used with object) 1. to sculpture; carve or model. 1. sculptor. 2. sculptural. 3. sculpture. sculp. 1. sculptor 2. sculptress 3. sculpture
noun, plural (especially collectively) sculpin (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) sculpins. 1. any small, freshwater fish of the genus Cottus, of the family Cottidae, having a large head with one or more spines on each side; bullhead. 2. any of numerous marine fishes of the same family. 3. (in California) a […]