Skillet

Skil'let noun [ Old French escuelette , dim. of escuelle a porringer, French ecuelle , from Latin scutella , dim. of scutra , scuta , a dish. Confer Scuttle a basket.] A small vessel of iron, copper, or other metal, with a handle, used for culinary pur...
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Skillet

• (n.) A small vessel of iron, copper, or other metal, with a handle, used for culinary purpose, as for stewing meat.
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Skillet

English medieval term for a saucepan with a round bowl, three feet and a long handle.
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Skillet

frying pan
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