Character 7
Hyphenation stew ard
Pronunciations /ˈstjuː.əd/

Definitions and meanings of "Steward"

What do we mean by steward?

One who manages another's property, finances, or other affairs. noun

One who is in charge of the household affairs of a large estate, club, hotel, or resort. noun

A ship's officer who is in charge of provisions and dining arrangements. noun

An attendant on a ship or airplane. noun

An official who supervises or helps to manage an event. noun

A shop steward. noun

A wine steward. noun

To serve as a steward or as the steward of. intransitive & transitive verb

To manage as a steward.

One who has charge of the household or estate of another; a majordomo; especially, a person employed in a court, household, or important domestic establishment of any kind to superintend financial affairs, as by keeping accounts, collecting rents or other revenue, or disbursing money for household expenses. noun

An officer or retainer appointed to perform duties similar to those mentioned above; especially, a person appointed to provide and distribute food and all the requisites of the table; a purveyor. noun

Figuratively, a manager; especially, one who controls expenditure; a disburser. noun

Formerly, in the English gilds, one of the officers in charge of the finances of the society; also, a corresponding functionary in municipal affairs. noun

In the early church, same as econome or æconomus. noun

A fiscal agent of certain bodies; specifically, in the Methodist Church, an officer having charge of the finances and certain other material interests of the church. noun

To manage as a steward. transitive verb

A man employed in a large family, or on a large estate, to manage the domestic concerns, supervise other servants, collect the rents or income, keep accounts, and the like. noun

A person employed in a hotel, or a club, or on board a ship, to provide for the table, superintend the culinary affairs, etc. In naval vessels, the captain's steward, wardroom steward, steerage steward, warrant officers steward, etc., are petty officers who provide for the messes under their charge. noun

A fiscal agent of certain bodies. noun

In some colleges, an officer who provides food for the students and superintends the kitchen; also, an officer who attends to the accounts of the students. noun

A person who manages the property or affairs for another entity, particularly the chief administrator of a medieval manor.

A ship's officer who is in charge of making dining arrangements and provisions.

A flight attendant, a male flight attendant.

A union member who is selected as a representative for fellow workers in negotiating terms with management.

A person who has charge of buildings and/or grounds and/or animals.

A fiscal agent of certain bodies.

In some colleges, an officer who provides food for the students and superintends the kitchen; also, an officer who attends to the accounts of the students.

In Scotland, a magistrate appointed by the crown to exercise jurisdiction over royal lands.

In information technology, somebody who is responsible for managing a set of projects, products or technologies and how they affect the IT organization to which they belong.

In charge of everything. Very cocky person. Also thinks they own the world. Thinks he is good looking. Is the definition of childish Urban Dictionary

A chavvy school that acts asif they are some sort of private grammar school, Mrs Erwood the head of this chav school can be found in her room full of frogs. Urban Dictionary

A way of gettin away with calling someone a bastard in polite company, like in front of your Mum. Urban Dictionary

A officer in a union, whose job it is to enforce a union contract, in addition to his regular job, with no extra pay. Viewed by the employer as a "socialist puke", by lazy co-workers as a company sellout, and by everyone else as insane. Urban Dictionary

1. Someone who works in a bar. 2. A polite way of saying bastard. Urban Dictionary

Kind, loving, fun to be around, funny, a good friend, and really good at sports. Urban Dictionary

An ugly person that cant do nothing but ride her dads dick and do math but she hates nate so yeah im pretty sure she fucks nate at night I think she is a man Urban Dictionary

A private school in Richmond VA that all the kids who couldn’t get into schools, such as saint Christopher’s or saint Catherine’s, go. Steward kids love to crash parties for schools like trinity episcopal and stc. They are typically seen with freeman highschool kids, because both of these schools love marijuana. Steward consists of about 50% potheads 40% complete assholes and 10% decent people. Steward is also fairly decent in most sports regardless of its udder lack of social skills. Urban Dictionary

A glorified dinner lady, often works in a military mess serving substandard and basic meals to our soldiers and care about nothing other than how much profit they can make, and as a result give really small portions that wouldn't fill a 5 year old. Urban Dictionary

A glorified Dinner Lady who works in a military mess Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Steward

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The word "steward" in example sentences

The word steward comes from the ancient biblical word "sty word" which meant keeper of the barnyard. ❋ Unknown (1996)

A steward is respectful of his charge and does not abuse it or use it wastefully. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Search crews have recovered the bodies of the flight captain and a steward from the Air France flight that crashed off the coast of Brazil. ❋ Unknown (2009)

While you're at dinner, your cabin steward will prep your stateroom for your slumber, turning down your sheets and leaving a chocolate for you. ❋ Ceciliatan (2007)

The steward is almost smiling: just take the money, and do not bring your favorite car to school. ❋ Unknown (2007)

The ship was the RMS Rangitata and the Edens 'cabin steward was John Prescott, who sometimes fought on-deck boxing matches for the entertainment of the passengers, sometimes won them, and sometimes was presented with his prize (beer or wine) by the ex-prime minister or his wife. ❋ Unknown (2006)

They were looked after by their cabin steward, who also fought on-deck boxing matches to entertain passengers. ❋ Unknown (2006)

A steward is a person entrusted with the care and use of something that does not belong to him or her. ❋ Unknown (2004)

The peasants whose cottages were burnt came round him wailing; he promised to help them and gave orders, and then he called his steward again and took it back. ❋ Unknown (2003)

The unhappy little beast began licking himself, but I called the steward, who washed him so well with turpentine, that all injury was prevented; but during our bustle Jack was peeping with his black nose through the bars of the maintop, apparently enjoying the confusion. ❋ Various (N/A)

I called the steward, desired he might have some refreshment, and he soon after quitted the ship, admonishing the live cargo he brought on board, who were still on the quarter-deck, to behave themselves like good men. ❋ Frederick Hoffman (N/A)

While the servants were taking off her cloak and adding two more logs to her fire, she called her steward, whom she ordered to send some wood to the convent immediately. ❋ Various (N/A)

The word steward means one who has charge of the domestic affairs of a family, to provide for it. ❋ Unknown (1949)

Then he called his steward, and gave all the affairs of the Burgh into his hands, and bade him have an eye to his brothers as far as possible, and to consult Heriot in any need, since he was the only one who could in the least be relied on. ❋ Eleanor Farjeon (1923)

Me and the brown man drank the bottle of stuff, and he called the steward to bring another. ❋ Unknown (1904)

I called the steward, and sent him to my dispensary for some necessaries; then I asked her how it happened. ❋ Gilbert Parker (1897)

I called the steward, and sent him to my dispensary for some necessaries; then ❋ Gilbert Parker (1897)

She could not catch a syllable, but a look hard and almost cruel flashed into her eyes as she gazed; and raising her voice she called the steward to her. ❋ Stanley John Weyman (1891)

[ugly] is Steward ❋ Dsjghidfj (2012)

[The chav] [capital] of the worlds [chavviest] school. (Stewards School ❋ Whatareyousayingdoe (2011)

He's a [complete] Bar Steward! ❋ ..WiL (2005)

The shop [steward] is a fucking communist, we should fire his ass. I [called in] sick 15 times this month because I was [hung over], and the shop steward didn't do shit about it when I got fired. ❋ Eugene (2004)

1. [Go and] ask the [bar-steward] for another drink, will you? 2. [Duck off] you bar-steward. ❋ Pennycook (2004)

[Man] [did you] [see] that avery steward? ❋ Avery Steward (2016)

[Mrs. Steward] is [a virgin] ❋ Pussy Licker 30000 (2019)

A typical conversation between [steward] kids: [Steward school] kid: “Hey man are you going to that trinity party on Saturday, I heard [there’ll] be HELLA alc” Other TSS kid: “Idk man I already planned a smoke sesh with the crew” ❋ Urmom223 (2019)

The [steward] would only let me have 3 [potatoes] today, they must have not met their sales [targets] ❋ 320dv50t5 (2022)

She's a [steward] in the officers [mess] ❋ 320dv50t5 (2022)

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