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Florida officials investigated Limbaugh over allegations that he paid a former maid to buy prescription drugs for him over a prolonged period of time.

A third of the city’s workers are informal — street vendors, delivery men, maids.

You can also summon Bonehilda, a fan-favorite skeletal maid from previous “Sims” games, to keep the house in order.

After she returns home from her errands, Clarissa chats with her husband Richard, mends a tear in her party dress, is surprised when Peter, an old flame, comes to visit and, with her maid Lucy, makes sure that everything’s ready for the gathering.

They are maids, nannies, cooks, plumbers, laborers and clerks.

Her father and stepmother both beat her, and she was forced to become a maid in her own house.

No wonder that of all the Bradys, it is the quintessential old maid who we miss the most.

She works as a maid, scrubbing floors and toilets of the well-to-do families in West Hartford, Connecticut.

As far as one of your nice-guy roles goes, my little sister loved Maid in Manhattan.

I did as she bade me, and left her there when the maid came in.

Finding him awake, he sat by his side and, with the earnestness of a nursery-maid, patted him off to slumber.

Why, he ordered his chamber-maid to bring him some soap and warm water, that he might wash the sour krout off his hands.

A trim maid then brought in the tea equipage, and Georgie did the honours with her usual unaffected grace.

When I am an old maid I am going to mount the platform and preach the training of the voice in childhood.

And Mrs. Haggard, after attempting to soothe the wounded feelings of her maid, directed her to accompany them.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to maid, such as: au pair, chambermaid, girl, housemaid, biddy, and damsel.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.