Definition for SCULL'ER-Y

SCULL'ER-Y, n. [probably from the root of shell, scale, Fr. ecuelle; Scot. skul, skoll, a bowl; Dan. skaal, a drinking cup; skal, a shell, skull; G. schale, scale, a shell, a dish or cup; D. schall, schil. Skulls and shells were the cups, bowls and dishes of rude men.]

A place where dishes, kettles, and other culinary utensils are kept.

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