Words nearby skillion
How to use skillion in a sentence
Jack Drew camped in a skillion room behind his printing office, and had his meals at the Royal.
I noticed the storm had taken a sheet of iron off the skillion, and supposed he'd sleep at the Royal that night.
Next day I found one of the skillion rooms scrubbed out and a bed fixed up for me.Joe Wilson and His Mates|Henry Lawson
We walked together towards the Union Office, where I had a camp in the skillion-room at the back.Children of the Bush|Henry Lawson
She went to her bedroom—a small, low, slab skillion, built on to the end of the house—and fell on her knees by the bunk.
British Dictionary definitions for skillion
- a part of a building having a lower, esp sloping, roof; lean-to
- (as modifier)a skillion roof