-A scullery servant; washer of dishes.
-A servant employed to do rough household work in a kitchen.
From Middle English sculioun, from Old French escouillon cleaning cloth, from escouve a broom, from Latin scōpa a broom.
Used in a sentence:
“The scullion was lambasted relentlessly once his underhanded skullduggery was discovered.”
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