[ UK /t‍ʃˈe‍ɪmbəmˌe‍ɪd/ ]
  1. a maid who is employed to clean and care for bedrooms (now primarily in hotels)
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How To Use chambermaid In A Sentence

  • As for Neil Falzon, he is merely doing his job, its up to our Goverment to do his now and that is to protect our National interest regardless of what Neil Falzon states. jeffrey pullicino orlando is saying things as they are. in reality they are even worse. i still cannot understand why policemen do not stop people who clearly do not have permission to stay in malta and ask for their ID / passports etc. as in done in Milan. just go to the gzira and msida front amongst other places, just go the 5 star hotels with people working as chambermaids, cleaners and dishwashers and c the amount of foreigners who clearly should not be there. what about the man emptying your bins into the scamel? and do not tell me they have a work permit from ETC, because most of them ETC never gets to know about! and do not tell me that the maltese people do not want to do these type of jobs because i have seen chambermaids crying because their hotel wont turn them into full-timers despite promises, because of the cheap labour of these people, whose standards do not even compare with that of our maltese workers!
  • The two peasant girls whom the hero simultaneously seduces here become hotel chambermaids.
  • A meal for two had been brought in by the equivalent of a chambermaid, some sort of claws from shelled creatures.
  • Not only chambermaids but hospital orderlies will feel for their predicament.
  • They grumbled unhappily, tripping over the hems of their deep lavender gowns marking them as chambermaids, and remained blissfully unaware.
  • So there she was, dressed in an ivory silk slip dress and black silk slipper shoes with her red hair gone and her orange eyes hazed over with anger, pain and sorrow, being walked to the temple with only the three silent chambermaids as company.
  • She wore heavy silver jewelry and had an aristocratic sneer (or so the two gossiping chambermaids whispered among themselves).
  • In the mornings the chambermaid will roll it up leaving the floor space free.
  • Okwe has a tentative relationship with Senay, a Turkish refugee who works as a chambermaid at the same hotel in violation of her status.
  • A blue-eyed, blonde chambermaid caught my eye. Times, Sunday Times
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