They were his scullions, marmitons, turnspits, or whatever you like to call it.
In what respects does he show himself different from the other scullions?
The meanest of her scullions knew of the coming woe before she knew it.
Or have been bastinadoed, whipped, and given up to the cooks and scullions for it.
It was Benots voice, waking the scullions, the cook and the concierge.
Over a platter of cold venison, he frowned on his scullions.
He had been in turn the companion of pirates and priests, of scullions and captains.
Then all the cooks and scullions sprang after it, knocking at it with their aprons.
Have Caesar's centurions changed manners with his scullions?
Nay, but I dare say they be short two scullions at the present hour.