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How to use bellboy in a sentence

A bellboy saw Merry and hastened to notify him that he was wanted at the desk.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S PURSUITBURT L. STANDISH
He is a Harvard man, but he worked his way through school and one of his jobs was bellboy in a hotel.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
The surprised clerk stepped back on a bellboy, and covertly kicked him for being in the way.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
At the bellboy's tap, the door swung open and the liveried servant thrust a cardtray before the Angel.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
At that the bellboy went away laughing very heartily, but Vi could not understand why.
SIX LITTLE BUNKERS AT MAMMY JUNE'SLAURA LEE HOPE
Suppose Willie should get hold of that bellboy who was so insolent to us—the one we didn't dare rebuke and had to tip so heavily.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
The bellboy or a maid could go on looking after their things, she said, and sent Billy over to see about it.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
Mines only what the bellboy took in while we were at dinner and out in the evening, Winona explained.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
Mr. Nichols asked gruffly as he and the girls followed a bellboy to the elevator.
PENNY NICHOLS AND THE MYSTERY OF THE LOST KEYJOAN CLARK
Then, on the second afternoon the bellboy brought three yellow envelopes to their rooms.
THE MOTOR BOYS OVERLANDCLARENCE YOUNG

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