from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An underservant in the kitchen; a scullion, or cook's errand boy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An under servant for the kitchen; a scullion; a cook's errand boy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A servant for the kitchen; a cook's boy; a scullion.
'Pears like wid a pair o' gallopin 'cubes you might throw some killin' sevens.
I'se seed de time dat niggers from all ober de neighborhood gang up an 'have fun anyhow, but if dey hyard de patterollers comin' gallopin 'on a hoss dey'd fly.
"Thae twa look like an advance-gaird, an 'if so, the main body'll no be lang o' gallopin 'up to see what's the maitter.
July 15, 2009 at 1:53 pm gud greef! kitteh frenz passing, erfquakes, peerz outside to see if it be hailing ‘spect tu see 4 kittehz uv d apokalipsis gallopin’ thru anee minit.
October 29, 2008 at 3:13 am kitteh moore kitteh moore gallopin troo de sward kitteh moore kitte moore un iz steed concurd…
Mai Tammy iz gallopin frew teh apahtment liek teh liddle tornadoe.
Friends are coming in town next week, and while I have a lineup of old favorites (l'epi dupin, le gallopin) and new ones to try (pré verre, le petit vatel), I was wondering if anyone out there could fill me in on L'Atelier by Joel Robuchon.
"Now let's all hotfoot it back to our own camp 'fore them reindeers start gallopin 'over the place!"
I 'members now them gallopin' off, wid them chickens flutterin 'and hollerin' whare, whare, whare, whare, whare!
I see them now, gallopin 'to de house, canteen boxes on their hips and de bayonets rattlin' by deir sides.
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