concierge

[ kon-see-airzh; French kawn-syerzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF concierge

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The concierge receives you, and you see at once that her cheerful smile is assumed.

"Altogether, monsieur," said the concierge, fingering the key of the drawer that held it.

Mon petit Dame was waiting for me downstairs in the concierge's room.

I ventured to question the concierge concerning his lodgers.

There were three doors; the concierge opened the nearest to the landing.

"La Mademoiselle Marie," said the concierge, and put his finger on his lip.

"Here put some soda in, I've got some by me," said the concierge, obligingly.

The reflections from the night light of the concierge sparkled in it like stars.

Do please make them leave off, and send Nana back to the concierge's with a kick.

The house, an old, narrow house without a concierge, was still as the grave.

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doorman

nounguard for entrance
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