Definitions

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  • n. A kitchen servant; a cook.

Etymologies

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kitchen +‎ -er

Examples

  • Then they carried the rest to the King's palace, where they called the kitchener and giving him the flesh said,

    Arabian nights. English

  • The fire showing under the little door of the kitchener was a bright red glowing ash, the redness that came into her imagination when the words "fire" or "heat" were used -- the red heart, burning and consuming itself in its passionate immolation.

    Nocturne

  • Then they carried the rest to the King’s palace, where they called the kitchener and giving him the flesh said, “Dress this meat daintily, with onion-sauce368 and spices, and ladle it out into two saucers and bring them hither at such an hour, without delay!” —

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The first WIP was - and I'm not joking, I discover this kind of thing about myself repeatedly - one sock for myself completed, plus the second sock completely knitted and just waiting for the toe to be kitchener stitched up.

    A Craft Post

  • Its arrangements included ten inviting bunks, a kitchener, and a table; the latter, moreover, had a brand-new American-cloth cover.

    The South Pole~ On the Way to the South

  • They just want to know why the door has been slammed in their face. kitchener

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • When the nuns were seated, the Abbess came in, wearing a white apron and white sleeves, and with her came the kitchener, Sister Priscilla, bearing a great silver salver of fish.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Now I just have to kitchener up the toe, weave in a few ends, and give the whole thing a good soak.

    Busy bee « Compulsive Knitter

  • You can provisionally cast on and try to graft the thing shut using a modified kitchener that works on rib I tried to do this but it didn't work as well as I'd like, so you're on your own here.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Ann 7: 16 I agree that Rees-Mogg is a bit annoying but it wasn't him I was quoting rather Richard Nixon who knew a thing or two about winning & losing US Presidential elections & especially losing to charismatic Democrats. kitchener

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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