There were no scullery chores or sewing for this spirited redhead.
Presently Ruby returned from the scullery, like a sudden draught.
The knif eboard in the scullery has n't been used above a—a few times.
Mr. Traill pulled a bell-cord and Ailie, unused as yet to bells, put her startled little face in at the door to the scullery.
But that would be after the chores in the scullery were over.
In that respect, at any rate, both society and the press in Germany are as is the salon to the scullery, compared with ours.
He took the key out of the scullery window, and they entered.
There came servants and stewards and scullery maids and chambermaids of all sorts, and some came bowing and some curtseying.
This scullery had been set apart that day as the bedroom of my little dog.
Granny Grimshaw hastened to efface herself with apologetic promptitude, and retired to the scullery to wash up.
mid-15c. (early 14c. as a surname), "household department concerned with the care of kitchen utensils," from Old French escuelerie "office of the servant in charge of plates, etc.," from escuelier "keeper of the dishes," from escuele "dish" (12c., Modern French écuelle), from Latin scutella "serving platter, silver" (see scuttle (n.)).