barmaid barmaid


  • (n) a female bartender


  1. Hattie Carroll, 51, a Negro barmaid, did not move fast enough for him.
  2. Saturday night in Baghdad, and Heidi, the barmaid at the Baghdad Country Club, is worried about the beer.
  3. The story of a young man who is led to mistake a private house for an inn and a gentleman's daughter for a barmaid, it is not least a classic for possessing a classic farce plot.


  • “If You Don’t Got It, Flaunt It Anyway”

    At age 98, Angie MacLean doesn’t look like the typical lingerie model. Yet Sunday afternoon found the nonagenarian barmaid prowling the runway, showing off a pink bra festooned with wine corks.
    on October 7, 2013     Source: New Haven Independent


  1. "Francis Crick once said that a good scientist should be able to explain any laboratory result to a barmaid," Weiner writes.
    on Jul 3, 2010 By: Jonathan Weiner Source: Kansas City Star

  2. "I did the barmaid thing," Merkel said. "I got an extra 20 to 30 pfennigs for each drink I sold and that added up to 20 to 30 extra marks each week. That pretty much paid the rent.
    on Jan 3, 2006 By: Angela Merkel Source: Times of India

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