noun, plural pic·ca·lil·lis.
Origin of piccalilli
Examples from the Web for piccalilli
Contemporary Examples of piccalilli
The slaw is vaguely like piccalilli or relish, but has a taste and drippy texture like no other.The Most American Pit Stop in the U.S.A.
Jane & Michael Stern
July 21, 2014
Historical Examples of piccalilli
Ah, yes; he was India Pickle, aunt, and you used to call me Piccalilli!Tony Butler
Charles James Lever
Neither,” said Tom, with great dignity; “one was piccalilli, and the other mixed.Middy and Ensign
G. Manville Fenn
Green tomato pickles, chow chow, piccalilli carry the piquant tang of the tomato to enliven the winter table.The Tomato
A little Worcestershire sauce or piccalilli improves this considerably.The Khaki Kook Book
Mary Kennedy Core
Word Origin for piccalilli
"pickle of chopped vegetables," 1769, piccalillo, perhaps a fanciful elaboration of pickle. Spelling with an -i attested from 1845.