doorman

[ dawr-man, -muh n, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doorman

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He made a gesture toward the doorman, and added: "Take 'em back!"

He pressed the button on his desk, and, as the doorman appeared, addressed that functionary.

He pressed the button-call, and ordered the doorman to send in Cassidy.

“If any one rings me up, get the name,” he ordered the doorman.

Carruthers nodded to the doorman and they were admitted into a marble hallway.

Now, as on each preceding day, letters were handed her by the doorman at the Casino.

He stood with his back to the prisoner when the doorman came in.

The doorman was called downstairs just then to the telegraph office.

The fellow ran out just in time, as the doorman made a grab for him.

"I'd take it easy going down the step, sir," counseled the doorman.

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