Definition of Scullery
a small room next to a kitchen, where washing up and other chores are done
Use Scullery in a sentence
After dinner, mom went to the scullery to do washing-up.
I’ve a stack of dishes to wash in the scullery.
She went back into the scullery and resumed drying the dishes with her tea-towel.
Modern houses do not have sculleries next to the kitchen.
House contains entrance lobby, parlour, kitchen, scullery and outbuildings, pantry and 4 bedrooms.
Mrs. Jackson made her escape out of the scullery door, unnoticed.
So Sarah went straight through the kitchen and down into the scullery, where Polly sat on the duckboard.
I went into the scullery and lifted a pot of cold tea and poured some into a bowl.
The cook hid the boy in the scullery, covering him with aprons and dishrags.
The coffee was being served by the tavern’s scullery maids.