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noun as in manservant

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noun as in attendant

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While the speed limit, valet mode and sentry mode settings have been moved to a new category titled Security, which includes tips on how to use the Bluetooth, phone key and location services.

As an added bonus, they have a vehicle valet program that drops you off at one end of the river or trail and shuttles your car to the other end.

They’re early 20th-century novels about a hapless young man about town who is constantly getting rescued by his valet, and they’re some of the funniest books ever written.

From Vox

Economists have been warning for months that some jobs won’t come back, especially jobs like hotel check in desk workers, valets, toll booth collectors and some serving jobs that can be automated.

I pushed us toward the hospital, where a valet stood at her post by the front doors.

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A valet found Hilton's possessions down the road from her property and her driver retrieved them.

In keeping with its Los Angeles origins, Pinkberry is a valet operation.

After a few years, he ended up in Moscow, where he was briefly employed as valet to a wealthy nobleman.

City Prosecutor Michel Valet said a 30-year-old man, his two sons, aged three and six, and another child aged ten, were killed.

The food might be pretty, but you just want the valet to bring your car around already.

Martini was on his mission to Vienna; but another valet was put into the chariot to support the Duke.

Mr. Pope was a bachelor, and his valet inconsiderately took the “flu.”

After ten days of intermittent suffering, during which the valet had felt no apprehension, he had died suddenly.

As a matter of fact, he burst his way past my scandalized valet into my bedroom and woke me up.

Lucy Warrender at least had missed the thousand and one delicate attentions of the valet.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to valet, such as: attendant, servant, and gentleman's gentleman.

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