noun, plural pic·ca·lil·lis.
Origin of piccalilli
Examples from the Web for piccalilli
The slaw is vaguely like piccalilli or relish, but has a taste and drippy texture like no other.
Ah, yes; he was India Pickle, aunt, and you used to call me Piccalilli!Tony Butler|Charles James Lever
A little Worcestershire sauce or piccalilli improves this considerably.The Khaki Kook Book|Mary Kennedy Core
Neither,” said Tom, with great dignity; “one was piccalilli, and the other mixed.Middy and Ensign|G. Manville Fenn
British Dictionary definitions for piccalilli
Word Origin for piccalilli
Word Origin and History for piccalilli
"pickle of chopped vegetables," 1769, piccalillo, perhaps a fanciful elaboration of pickle. Spelling with an -i attested from 1845.