And as Grim was poor, the Prince thought it no dishonor to work for his living, and he became in time a cook's scullion
Perhaps, as Molly says, it may be in the kitchen; and truly I don't care my daughter should be a scullion
wench; for, poor as I am, I am a gentlewoman.
He had learned what he wanted, and when the scullion
turned he was gone.
He sets his kingdom up to the best bidder, like some scullion
farrier selling a glandered horse.
Having been my own butcher and scullion
and cook, as well as the gentleman for whom the dishes were served up, I can speak from an unusually complete experience.
Good for little else than dish-washing and scullion
THAT will smooth them down, sir," I remarked, "from the cook to the scullion
The housekeeper, the old nurse, the cooks, coachmen, maids, footmen, postilions, and scullions
stood at the gate, staring at the wounded.
The sound of this bell caused a door to be opened in the offices on the left hand of the court, from which filed two maitres d'hotel followed by eight scullions
bearing a kind of hand-barrow loaded with dishes under silver covers.
Some of the symptoms reminded me of the stir produced among the scullions
of a large hotel, where a grand jubilee dinner is about to be given.
As for me," said Planchet, "I seem to smell, from this place, even, a most delectable perfume of fine roast meat, and to see the scullions
in a row by the hedge, hailing our approach.
But there was everything, for our apprehension, in the lucky fact that no discomfortable legend, no perturbation of scullions
, had ever, within anyone's memory attached to the kind old place.