clerk[ klurk; British klahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF clerk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLERK
Was the gentleman” (he chose that word as he looked at the boys) “layman or clerk?
He needs a clerk for his law matters, and the Dean said he would speak of me to him.
He had travelled, and had been a merchant's clerk in Paris and London.
His letter was from his wife's brother, in whose bank Cornelius was a clerk.
Clerk or no, you have acted this day as becomes a true knight.
"Eighty-five," said the clerk; and the drummer and the Negro disappeared.
I heard the clerk telling the boy where he would be most likely to find you.
They passed out into the hall, and drew up at the clerk's counter.
He was not at all satisfied with his brief interview with the clerk.
He looked more like a clerk from a grocery store than the commander of an army.