[ US /ˈbɛɫˌbɔɪ/ ]
[ UK /bˈɛlbɔ‍ɪ/ ]
  1. someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels
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How To Use bellboy In A Sentence

  • After a little while the bellboy realized that there was a special on rooms that night and the price for the men's room should have been $25. Math problem?
  • He was around 12 years old, a mop of blond hair and dressed like a Harrods bellboy in red outfit and gold braid.
  • Numerous taxicabs and limousines pulled up to the gilded doorway, dropping off guests while young bellboys carted luggage up the service elevator to various suites.
  • In a post of mine in October 2009 that I called 'Jazz means Democracy,' I wrote: 'It doesn't matter if you're old or young; man or woman; a billionaire or a bellboy; free or inside a prison; Muslim or Christian, or Jew. 'Train' Out of Iran
  • A clerk told him the number of his reserved room, and handed a bellboy the key.
  • The receptionists were all half-awake, and the bellboys didn't look too happy either when they carried our whole group's trunks.
  • She smiled teasingly and blew a kiss at Leo as he began helping the bellboy load up the trolley with the luggage.
  • The taxi pulled in front of the hotel and a bellboy immediately retrieved his luggage from the boot of the car.
  • ‘Thank you,’ Trent said, wrapping an arm around Ally and following the bellboy up to their room.
  • From here our bellboy must've been sent to the desk to look for the keys. WHITE LIES
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