noun plural cooks-general
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I shall bribe, plead, consent to any arrangement if I can but net a cook-general.
I spoke so well that a cook-general offered herself to me as soon as the conference was over.
With the assistance of the "cook-general" she made the beds, and dusted the rooms, and laid the table.
She had come with him to Witching Hill Road as cook-general.Witching Hill|E. W. Hornung
There was a ring at the bell, and the "cook-general" entered with a card held between a floury thumb and a buttery forefinger.