Servant synonyms

sûr'vənt
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One who works solely for compensation, especially a person willing to perform for a fee tasks considered menial or offensive.
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One who helps; an aide.
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One that performs the duties of a servant to another; an attendant.
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One who attends; one who works with or watches something.
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A footman, a liveried male servant.
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A person relying on another for financial support; a relative for whom a taxpayer may claim an exemption on his income tax return.
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A person who has a subservient nature.
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A product or substance discovered in, developed in, or exported from a particular country.
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The definition of a drudge is a person who is tasked with boring, dull, repetitive or meaningless work.
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Assistant means anything that helps something else.
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One of the , the special function of which is to serve at the Eucharist
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The definition of a butler is the head servant in a household who tends to the needs of the household that employs him.
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A sum of money paid in advance to a professional in order to secure services in a particular case; a client’s authorization for a lawyer’s representation in a case. See also attorney’s fees.
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One who is subject to or controlled by a specified influence:
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The Slavey language
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That serves as an aid; auxiliary
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A housemaid or children's nurse, especially in East Asia and Southeast Asia.
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A woman attendant or servant.
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One who is employed to take dictation or to copy manuscript.
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A single girl (or, rarely, a boy) who helps a host family with childcare and/or housework while staying as a guest with a host family and generally receiving a small allowance (pocket money)
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A person employed by a hotel to assist guests, as by carrying luggage and doing errands.
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A high officer of state, as currently with the papal camerlengo, but normally now a mainly honorary title.
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A maid who cleans and cares for bedrooms, as in a hotel.
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A person employed to drive a private motor car or a hired car of executive or luxury class (like a limousine).
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(Obsolete) An inferior groom or lad employed by an esquire to carry the knight's arms and other necessaries; a coistrel.
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A fish, the European striped wrasse.
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An officer responsible for the care and supervision of the horses of a person of rank.
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A man or boy who is a member of the gentry in England ranking directly below a knight.
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The definition of a factotum is a person hired to perform an assortment of jobs.
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An assistant, esp. of a medieval scholar or sorcerer
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One who is obsequious or cringing; a snob.
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A man employed as a servant to wait at table, attend the door, and run various errands, as in a palace.
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A female servant; a maid. (see usage notes)
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(Slang) An employee who performs minor or menial tasks such as running errands
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A man who is about to be married or has recently been married.
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(Uncountable, euphemistic) Correction of deficits, as by psychological counseling or medication or social support or remedial training.
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One who supervises the cleaning staff of a hospital, hotel, or similar business.
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A girl or woman servant: often in compounds
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A subordinate official, deputy, or the like
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A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people's young.
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(Mil.) An enlisted person assigned to perform personal services for an officer or officers or to carry out a specific task
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The writing or printing on one side of a page.
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Any person who is oppressed or without freedom
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A female servant or attendant, especially as mischievous or cheeky, often featuring in theatrical comedies
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A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See esquire.
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Such people considered as a group.
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A person in a subordinate position; inferior: usually contemptuous or disparaging
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Any of the groom's attendants at a wedding whose duties include showing guests to their seats and escorting the bridesmaids
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A man's male servant, who takes care of his clothes and performs other personal services.
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(Historical) Specifically, a youth acting as a knight's attendant at the beginning of his training for knighthood.
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In the Middle Ages, a person who held land under the feudal system, doing homage and pledging fealty to an overlord, and performing military or other duties in return for his protection; feudal tenant
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(Historical) A former class of small freeholders who farm their own land; a commoner of good standing.
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A master's degree; a type of postgraduate degree, usually undertaken after a bachelor degree.
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The definition of a mistress is a woman who has control or power over something or a woman having an affair with a married man.
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(Now historical) Someone who labours for the public good; a convict assigned to work on public projects. [from 16th c.]
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A civil-service employee
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Alternative form of handmaid.
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In India, China, etc., an unskilled native laborer
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The definition of a eunuch is a castrated man.
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A liveried manservant
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(Countable) One who is subordinate.
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