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manservant Line breaks: man|ser¦vant
Pronunciation: /ˈmansəːv(ə)nt/

Definition of manservant in English:

noun (plural menservants)

A male servant.
Example sentences
  • He will take your menservants and maidservants, and the best of your cattle and your asses, and put them to his work.
  • The Spirit descends like tongues of fire upon all people: women and men, old and young, even upon those at the very bottom, maidservants and menservants.
  • Both the manservant and the maid looked at each other each silently communicating they thought this a bad idea.
steward, butler, footman, flunkey, page, houseboy, lackey
Military , dated batman
North American houseman

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