Parlor Maid

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The word "parlor-maid" in example sentences

“Grouse in the gun-room” over and over in the presence of my wife, mother, mother-inlaw, sons, daughters, old footman or parlor-maid, confidential clerk, curate, or what not? ❋ Unknown (2006)

At first the parlor-maid was distinctly startled when he asked for Bernice instead of Marjorie; after a week of it she told the cook that Miss Bernice had gotta holda Miss ❋ Unknown (2003)

London, stating that you have found me a new parlor-maid at last, and that the girl is ready to return with you to St. Crux when your other errands in town allow you to come back. ❋ Unknown (2003)

This ceremony completed, the new parlor-maid was taken upstairs, and was shown the dining-room, which opened out of the corridor on the first floor. ❋ Unknown (2003)

His honor, the admiral, likes a parlor-maid with a clean run fore and aft. ❋ Unknown (2003)

“How long ago is it since you lived in service as a parlor-maid?” ❋ Unknown (2003)

Early to bed, my dear, and early to rise, makes a parlor-maid healthy and wealthy and wise. ❋ Unknown (2003)

The other servants, indoors, are all women; and instead of a footman to wait on him at dinner, the admiral has a parlor-maid. ❋ Unknown (2003)

With those words, Mrs. Drake, the housekeeper, closed the door; and the new parlor-maid was left alone in her bed-chamber at St. Crux. ❋ Unknown (2003)

Silently, intelligently, and industriously — with an ever-present remembrance of herself and her place — the new parlor-maid did her work. ❋ Unknown (2003)

All the inquiries made in the neighborhood have failed to produce the sort of parlor-maid whom the admiral wants. ❋ Unknown (2003)

He looked, not irritated only, but surprised as well, at finding his parlor-maid waiting for him in the drawing-room, and inquired, sharply and suspiciously, what she wanted there? ❋ Unknown (2003)

The parlor-maid now at St. Crux is engaged to be married, and as soon as her master can suit himself she is going away. ❋ Unknown (2003)

Polly to stand by Tom, for the parlor-maid turned faint at the sight of blood, and the chamber-maid lost her wits in the flurry. ❋ Unknown (1950)

We have not here, nominally, that helpful treasure known in England as the parlor-maid. ❋ Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood (N/A)

The parlor must be dusted, and the fires attended to, of course, so the parlor-maid, or the waitress, in a large family has much to do. ❋ Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood (N/A)

A young house-keeper beginning her life in a great city finds herself frequently confronted with the necessity of having four servants -- a cook, a laundress, a waiter or parlor-maid (sometimes both), and a chamber-maid. ❋ Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood (N/A)

The parlor-maid, a new one, and not a great favorite with Joe, made matters worse by correcting him in an audible voice; and once, when somebody wanted oyster-sauce, she told Joe to hand it. ❋ Emma Gellibrand (N/A)

He runs errands for everyone in the house, assists the parlor-maid, looks after the open fire places and opens the door to callers. ❋ Lillian Eichler Watson (N/A)

Where only one man is employed, the whole duty devolves upon him, and he has generally the assistance of the parlor-maid. ❋ Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood (N/A)

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