bookkeeper

[ boo k-kee-ping ]SEE DEFINITION OF bookkeeper

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Yes, he had given up his place as bookkeeper at Bassett's store.

I found that, later on, I should be expected to combine the work of teller with that of bookkeeper.

Albert was inclined to resent the qualified strain in the bookkeeper's praise.

You're bookkeeper for me, ain't you; for this concern right here where you are?

"I am a bookkeeper, and an all-round office man," added the sick man.

Being a poor man he was working for wages as a bookkeeper in a store.

He had spoken to only two persons,—Jenkins, his bookkeeper, and one other.

He had asked his bookkeeper to meet him there, but the man had not yet arrived.

He had not been upstairs in years, and his first impulse was to send his bookkeeper, when he should appear.

It was his bookkeeper, with his wife and two partly grown208 daughters.

WORD ORIGIN

also book-keeper, 1550s, from book (n.) + keeper. A rare English word with three consecutive double letters. Related: Bookkeeping, which is from 1680s in the sense "the work of keeping account books;" book-keep (v.) is a back-formation from 1886.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BOOKKEEPER

accountant

nounperson who maintains financial accounts of a business

auditor

nounperson who inspects financial records
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