[ UK /skˈʌlɐ/ ]
- someone who sculls (moves a long oar pivoted on the back of the boat to propel the boat forward)
How To Use sculler In A Sentence
- I like worthless, as the pinche, what the English called the scullery maid, was quite often a retarded girl (or sometimes boy) that did the lowest, dirtiest sorts of jobs in the kitchen and was often referred to (in English) as that worthless girl or boy. Flowers in the Desert
- He picked up a twig from the ground and scraped the dirt off his boots before stepping into a small scullery and calling out.
- Junior scullers Freya Porteous and Jenny Addison won the Women's Novice Double Sculls.
- She followed him into the scullery, and combed her hair before the handbreadth of mirror by the back door. Lady Chatterley's Lover
- I suggest you introduce yourself and get into the scullery.
- I need to hear for myself why he was in the scullery that morning.
- As our family grew we'd hired more servants so that now we had a parlourmaid, two housemaids, two kitchenmaids, a scullerymaid, Mrs. Benson, Mr. Richards and the cook.
- The paved back court, under which the kitchen and scullery were situated, was to include at its northern end a ‘seat or small building’ with deal columns.
- Achieving this state of godliness was left to the servants whose main domain was the kitchen and scullery.
- York City Rowing Club had 12 crews and scullers gaining trophies in the small boats Head of the River Race, which was postponed a week because of the high water level on the River Ouse.