bellboy bellboy


  • (n) someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels



  1. The decrease in business travel, the industry says, hurts the local economy, down to the bellboy and hotel housekeeper who are laid-off due to decreased occupancy.
  2. A shrunken Big Ben still stands on a hill overlooking Steamer Point, and even in a broken-down hotel, a bellboy answers a summons with a military-style salute.
  3. He needs a good fag hag almost as much as he needs a frisky bellboy.


  • Local bellhop recalls his time at the Vendome Hotel

    Jobs in Evansville in 1942 were few and far between for able-bodied 18-year-olds about to be drafted. And so, Paul Edwards was quite happy when the Hotel Vendome hired him in April of that year as a bellboy — or “bellhop,” as the position was sometimes called.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Evansville Courier & Press


  • "So, Zim came to me and said,'I want you to know I'm a good boy; I come in early I have no problems. The first thing I do every morning I read the Bible,' and I thought that was great," Snider said. "At 6 am, the bellboy knocks on door, and...
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Duke Snider Source:

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