scullion


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a kitchen servant employed to do menial tasks (especially washing)

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The kitchen was crowded with excited scullions, one of whom kicked him.
Think you that we who serve Creighton Sahib need strange scullions to help us through a big dinner?
he asked, when the scullion was brought before him.
But one night, as she lay in bed weeping, an angel appeared to her and bade her sorrow no more, for it was no scullion that she had wed, but a king's son.
So guards, scullions, maitres d'hotel, and pages having passed, they resumed their places at the table; and the sun, which, through the window-frame, had for an instant fallen upon those two charming countenances, now only shed its light upon the gilliflowers, primroses, and rosetree.
The housekeeper, the old nurse, the cooks, coachmen, maids, footmen, postilions, and scullions stood at the gate, staring at the wounded.
Within the great enclosure thrived a fair sized town, for, with his ten hundred fighting-men, the Outlaw of Torn required many squires, lackeys, cooks, scullions, armorers, smithies, farriers, hostlers and the like to care for the wants of his little army.
Scullion has an extensive wholesale brokerage background spanning over twenty years and over ten years on the insurance carrier side of the business.
VETERAN Saffron defender Tony Scullion reckons football has become "far too serious".
The Australian Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion thinks that the Uluru-based Ayers Rock Resort will receive a thrust in the event of introduction of new nonstop flights from the markets in the Asian region.
Stef McCluskey opened the scoring for the Bully Wee with a tap-in after being set up by Pat Scullion in 73 minutes.
Prosecutor John Scullion made the claims as he urged a jury to convict security guard Clive Carter of bludgeoning Khanokporn Satjawat to death with a fire extinguisher.
Chloe Buckey pushed forward and Norton girl-of-the-match, Laura Ethrington, controlled the game leading to a 15-minute hat-trick from Erin Scullion.
They are Mrs A Scullion, Mrs D Chester Mrs B Scullion and Gordon Scullion.
TONY SCULLION admits he used to pull a cap over his face because he was so embarrassed to play for Antrim.