valet


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Synonyms for valet

Synonyms for valet

a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer

serve as a personal attendant to

References in classic literature ?
Louis XIII's confidential valet, who never left the door, entered in reply to the call.
The valet went out of the room, this time by the centre door, but still as silently as before; one might have fancied him an apparition.
dismissing with a gesture both the gentleman and the valet de chambre, who passed out into the next apartment.
Wilson,' he said one morning from the recesses of his bed, as the valet entered with his shaving-water, 'have you ever been in love?
The valet was out for the evening, visiting a friend at Hammersmith.
Tikhon, like all good valets, instinctively knew the direction of his master's thoughts.
When Prince Maiyo awoke on the following morning, the sunshine was streaming into the room, and his grave-faced valet was standing over his bed.
Henry Forth, gentleman's valet, being examined, made the following statement:
Your friend the valet can tell you who his master's bankers are," he said; "and he can supply you with a specimen of his master's handwriting.
The valet of one of the gentlemen staying here has heard that the late Lord Montbarry was the last person who lived in the palace, before it was made into an hotel.
The very valet was ashamed of mentioning the address to the hackney-coachman before the hotel waiters, and promised to instruct him when they got further on.
Before they rose from the table, when all of them were smoking, Vronsky's valet went up to him with a letter on a tray.
When I went in, his valet was standing before him, holding up for inspection a heavy volume of etchings, as long and as broad as my office writing-desk.
It being that period of the forenoon when the various members of the family had coffee in their own chambers, some couple of hours before assembling at breakfast in a faded hall which had once been sumptuous, but was now the prey of watery vapours and a settled melancholy, Mrs General was accessible to the valet.
On the third, being able to sit up in his bedchamber, he despatched his valet with a message to Mr.