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  • noun Plural form of scullery.

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Examples

  • Things I'd never have known without Twitter last week range from the hidden significance of sculleries via a tweeted link to a beautifully written architecture blog to the fact that Chinese schools, far from benefiting from zealous "tiger mothering", are now consulting British teachers on how to reintroduce creativity to their hothoused children.

    Twitter looks chaotic: but don't be afraid

  • When he pushed it open the same picture – trapeze performers above a circus ring – still decorated one wall of the long, cold corridor that led to the kitchen and the sculleries.

    William Trevor | An Idyll in Winter

  • Doors opened to the left—disused sculleries and pantries and a larder filled with nothing but cobwebs.

    The Thief Taker

  • Doors opened to the left—disused sculleries and pantries and a larder filled with nothing but cobwebs.

    The Thief Taker

  • Doors opened to the left—disused sculleries and pantries and a larder filled with nothing but cobwebs.

    The Thief Taker

  • Doors opened to the left—disused sculleries and pantries and a larder filled with nothing but cobwebs.

    The Thief Taker

  • Doors opened to the left—disused sculleries and pantries and a larder filled with nothing but cobwebs.

    The Thief Taker

  • It contained numerous little ante-rooms, garrets, closets, and box-rooms, little landings with balustrades, little statues on carved wooden pillars, and all kinds of back passages and sculleries.

    Virgin Soil

  • And now it was a question of tiptoe work, not daring to go too fast, hardly daring to breathe, out through the scullery (giant sculleries smell horrid), out at last into the pale sunlight of a winter afternoon.

    The Silver Chair

  • Let all the offices, whence any noise or smell can arise, be perfectly detached from the dwelling part of the mansion: -- such as the kitchens, sculleries, laundries, &c.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 380, June, 1847

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