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way ter

  • n  a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
  • n  a person who waits or awaits

  • Usually when you find something solid and chewy in your drink, it's time to call for the waiter.
  • In the story, a struggling waiter arrives at his fancy restaurant hungry, but he can't eat a single bite lest he be fired.
  • From using hamburger patties as broom-hockey pucks to the perils of restaurant stew, a blogging waiter's best-selling new book spills the restaurant world's dirtiest secrets.
News & Articles

  • Ex-waiter files new lawsuit against Castle
    The 17-month-old incident at Club Colette involving a disputed bill and injured finger is not over yet. Former club waiter Paul Kucik filed a new lawsuit Wednesday against resident John Castle in which he claims damages relating to defamation of character and loss of wages. Kucik suffered “injury to his good name and reputation, has been brought into public scandal and disgrace, suffered mental ...
    June 16, 2013 - Palm Beach Daily News
  • Hurdling the language barrier can be fun
    If you can't get the pronunciation right, use your phone or a notepad to show the word to your waiter. The language barrier used to be a big problem for American travelers.
    June 16, 2013 - Everett Herald
  • Bankruptcies for Sunday, June 16, 2013
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court Katerina Aluel Deng. Amarillo. Chapter 13 nonbusiness/consumer. Brian N. Walker, aka Brad Walker, Brian Neal Walker, and Valerie Dawn Walker, aka Valerie Dawn Hengst, Valerie Dawn Waiter, Valerie D.
    June 15, 2013 - Amarillo Globe-News

  • Gregg Williams in Washington Post (blog)
    The poor waiter came over the table at brunch this morning and gave me two big jars of peanut butter, saltine crackers and a glass full of sand to wash it down with,Williams recalled this afternoon ."And maybe if I took all that stuff...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Washington Post
    Believe it or not, he actually attended his first meeting of the South Carolina Bar as a waiter serving the members because membership was not open to African Americans at the time,Clinton said.
  • Todd English in NewsNet5.com
    We're getting to the point where the waiter goes to the tables and asks, 'Would you like bread this evening?' It's usually a given in a restaurant. The menus go down, the bread goes down,said celebrity chef Todd English.

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