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- n. Plural form of kitchin.
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Ai wishies dat dey wood sell selfkleenin kitchins if dey cn maek selfkleening ofens.
Shampang flew about like ginger-pop, besides bordo, clarit, burgundy, burgong, and other wines, and all the delixes of the Balong kitchins.
Dey wa'n't no upsta'rs en parlors fur de whi 'man, wid basemints en kitchins fur de colored gent'min in dat insignificant house ob many manshens.
The room was almos 'like a donjon itself, which he said he reckoned had once been a kitchin, but I told him that a earl hadn't nothin' to do with kitchins, an 'that this was a tapestry chamber, an' I'd tell him all about the strange figgers on the embroidered hangin's, when the shadders begun to fall.
my head is so full of green walled kitchins dat nuffing cuddav stopped this…
In all the cold countrie the Indians haue euery one a house for the winter daubed with clay within and without, and the doore is very little: they shut it by night, and make fire within; so that they are in it as warme as in a stoue: and so it continueth all night that they need not clothes: and besides these, they haue others for summer; and their kitchins neere them, where they make fire and bake their bread: and they haue barbacoas wherein they keepe their Maiz; which is an house set vp in the aire vpon foure stakes, boorded about like a chamber, and the floore of it is of cane hurdles.
838: Hee's not prepar'd for death; euen for our kitchins