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  • as inclerk
  • as insecretary

synonyms for receptionist

  • agent
  • auditor
  • bookkeeper
  • cashier
  • employee
  • operator
  • salesperson
  • secretary
  • teller
  • worker
  • amanuensis
  • copyist
  • counterperson
  • notary
  • recorder
  • registrar
  • seller
  • stenographer
  • transcriber
  • counter jumper
  • office helper
  • paper pusher
  • paper shuffler
  • pen pusher
  • pencil pusher
  • shopperson
  • white collar
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How to use receptionist in a sentence

Hour One is working with Alice Receptionist to update its video footage of human actors so that the digital receptionists can be made to say different things in different languages without having to reshoot hours of video.
PEOPLE ARE HIRING OUT THEIR FACES TO BECOME DEEPFAKE-STYLE MARKETING CLONESWILL DOUGLAS HEAVENAUGUST 27, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Gone are the days where a hotel receptionist will hand you a set of keys and point you to the elevator.
HOTELS WILL NEVER BE THE SAMENADJA SAYEJJUNE 25, 2021VOX
A masked receptionist hands you room keys and a welcome packet, offers you brief directions to your unit, and you’re ready to go in a few minutes.
HOW HOTELS ARE MAKING GUESTS FEEL SAFER THIS SUMMERCHRISTOPHER ELLIOTTJUNE 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The receptionist was so rude, and I never made an appointment with this doctor.
FAKE PATIENT REVIEWS ARE MAKING IT INCREASINGLY HARD TO SEEK MEDICAL HELP ON GOOGLE, YELP AND OTHER DIRECTORY SITESLAURA SYDELLJUNE 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Her son’s day-care center suddenly closed in April, forcing her to give up her $15-an-hour job as a receptionist.
STEALING TO SURVIVE: MORE AMERICANS ARE SHOPLIFTING FOOD AS AID RUNS OUT DURING THE PANDEMICABHA BHATTARAI, HANNAH DENHAMDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I got in the elevator, rode up several floors, found the human resources department, and went up to the receptionist.
TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CAREER, ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT—DIRECTLY AND EXPLICITLYMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
That little girl back on Earth, the receptionist at the Interplanetary Lines building, she'd had it.
MEDAL OF HONORDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
The little blonde receptionist caught it in twenty-four hours—?
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
Jon had to wait a half hour for his turn, but the receptionist finally signalled him towards the door of the interviewer's room.
THE VELVET GLOVEHARRY HARRISON
I am afraid I must have raised my voice in expressing my exasperation to the young lady who acted as receptionist and barrier.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
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