scullion

[ skuhl-yuh n ]
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Let there be one of the house wi' a soul above a scullion or a groom.

I gave the scullion a Louis, and went away to ripen my plans.

As I have said, his majesty had only this one cook, and Noel had only one scullion to help him.

Was there ever such a piece of folly as to exchange your pipes for a scullion's ladle?

At this moment the cook strolled up and saw his scullion standing there.

And as before, was every mouth agape from squire's to scullion's, as he sang.

As soon as they had passed, she told the scullion all that had happened.

How, if at all, is his character developed by his service as a scullion?

I picked them up when the ducks were plucked by the scullion.

While Cherubino, the waiter, teaches you how to be a scullion, I will instruct you in philosophy.

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