pourboire

[ poor-bwar; English poo r-bwahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF pourboire
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Tartarin went up to give him a pourboire, as he had seen all the other tourists do.

And a pourboire is a pourboire, whether intentional or otherwise.

He took his pourboire and left the rest, just as he treated monsieur.

Like the cocher of Paris they all expect and ask for a pourboire.

"Nay, thou shalt have pourboire," and he gave him a small coin.

There will also be a daily call upon his purse in the matter of pourboire to guides and conductors.

He was sent to conduct parties to the glaciers, his master taking the fee, while Melchior's share was the pourboire.

I was frantic; and I had to listen to the appeals of my drunken driver, who wanted his pourboire.

The female Jehu showed to the other servants the pourboire she had received; it was a new silver piece.

What with three and four concerts a night why should not the critics have a pourboire for extra critical attention?

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