scullery (SKŬL-ə-rē)


Definition (Noun) In modern usage: A small room attached to a kitchen, in which the washing of dishes and other dirty work is done; a back kitchen. In Context "She had some cardboard, she thought, some old dress-boxes, in the scullery, where most of the litter of the house accumulated." Elizabeth Ferrars, Alive and Dead, 1974.