noun skil·let \ˈski-lət\

Definition of SKILLET

chiefly British :  a small kettle or pot usually having three or four often long feet and used for cooking on the hearth

Origin of SKILLET

Middle English skelet, probably from Anglo-French *escuelete, diminutive of escuelle, eskil bowl — more at scullery
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with SKILLET


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