Origin of kickshaw
Examples from the Web for kickshaw
Absolutely everybody seemed to be lunching at Kickshaw's yesterday!
Andover, knowing her, imagined that she had been refused some kickshaw, and thought no more about it.The Black Moth|Georgette Heyer
Notwithstanding the comforting assurances of Kickshaw, I felt considerably nervous.Tales from "Blackwood," Volume 2|Various
Put about a cup of ale, is this not better than your foolish French kickshaw claret.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century|Charles Bastide
British Dictionary definitions for kickshaw
Word Origin for kickshaw
Word Origin and History for kickshaw
late 16c., "a fancy dish in cookery" (especially a non-native one), from English pronunciation of French quelque chose "a something, a little something."