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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Old French
Origin: escuelerie '(room for) cleaning and storing of dishes', from escuelle 'bowl', from Latin scutella; SCUTTLE2

scullery

noun
     
Related topics: Household
scul‧le‧ry plural sculleries [countable]
DH a room next to the kitchen in a large house, where cleaning jobs were done in past times

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