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noun as in domestic

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Other workers, including housekeepers and laundry workers, earn less.

That has sent thousands of cafeteria workers, airport staff, housekeepers, drivers and waitresses home without work.

There are so many options out there and we hope you now know what to look for when venturing out to get your new robotized housekeeper.

There was talk that a man on the second floor had been the first to go, followed by a beloved housekeeper.

Every election cycle, hundreds of its members take paid political leave from their jobs as housekeepers and restaurant servers to fan out across Las Vegas and Reno to canvass on behalf of political candidates endorsed by the union.

The most infamous case was that of Kanae Kijima, a onetime housekeeper who became a highly paid mistress.

She was once quoted as saying that she wanted to help all women who “are not wasting life being a housekeeper.”

When Hart and Cohle interviewed the old Tuttle housekeeper, she also remembered a scarred face.

It was Beethoven who once fired his housekeeper for telling a lie.

A housekeeper came out to buy some, wiping her hands on her apron.

The doctor, a little puzzled, took his leave, but had not gone ten yards when the housekeeper flew screaming after him.

Phœbe pushed Alice's hand in the direction of the passage that leads to the housekeeper's room.

She is thirty-five now, quite plain, and makes a living as a sort of itinerant housekeeper and caterer.

The housekeeper to the great Lord Wilton, was honour enough to satisfy her moderate ambition.

The next morning Jess was up before the others, as was fitting for a little housekeeper.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to housekeeper, such as: caretaker, chambermaid, housemaid, housewife, maid, and servant.

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