Synonyms for teller

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Cass, the teller, certainly shunned him as he would a leper.

The Teller only tried to move his free hand to the shoulder Barrett had shaken.

“Not at all,” courtesied the teller of stories, as he led the way inside.

He saw the cashier and Martha standing by the teller's window.

The former said something and handed the teller the bank book and the roll of bills.

I found that, later on, I should be expected to combine the work of teller with that of bookkeeper.

"The boy can be made to peach on the gang," said the teller, in a guarded tone.

"Stopped for something or other, evidently," said the teller.

"I'll make it all right with the teller, then," said the other.

Jamie drew the check, and canceled it, and added it to the teller's slip.

WORD ORIGIN

"bank clerk who pays or receives money," late 15c., "person who keeps accounts," from tell (v.) in its secondary sense of "count, enumerate," which is the primary sense of cognate words in many Germanic languages.

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accountant

nounperson who maintains financial accounts of a business
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