Tillie was no longer the waitress at a cheap boarding-house.
He knew nothing of her except her name and that she was employed as a waitress in a restaurant.
The waitress had brought the tea and bread and honey, and they waited until she had gone.
We can make them look very dainty, on a tray, and the waitress can bring them in.
Presently the waitress entered and gave her a letter from Margaret.
He was afraid of the waitress and the porters at the railway-station.
Margaret—” to the waitress—“Mr. Dickens wishes another butter-ball.
The waitress with the tea-tray cut short that sort of 188 conversation.
Fortune favored them with prompt service on the part of a waitress.
Why would not a waitress marry him, one of the Latisans of the Tomah?