From the kitchen-midden to the pinnacle of all that is great to-day extends a chain not a link of which is weak.
Sir Banas, he comes in the night and makes them all alive at the back of our kitchen-midden,' piped the child.
Midden, mid′en, n. a heap of ashes or dung (see also kitchen-midden).
Follet lived at the ramshackle hotel, owned by the ancient Dubois and managed, from roof to kitchen-midden, by Ching Po.
Whether they be remnants of an elevated sea-beach, or of some Indian ‘kitchen-midden,’ I dare not decide.