usherette

[ UK /ˌʌʃəɹˈɛt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a female usher
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How To Use usherette In A Sentence

  • The usherette may be a rock star, but from 9am to 5pm she's still an usherette.
  • It was said that people sat through two complete showings but the usherettes politely asked them to leave.
  • I went once to see ‘Airplane’ at my local cinema and was admonished by the usherette for laughing too loudly and disturbing the other patrons.
  • He watched Superman II from the aisle, and when the usherette tried to make him sit in a seat he bit her ankle. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD
  • I thanked the usherette for her patience, bought a choc-ice and left.
  • Alice worked as an usherette at the Mosspark Cinema in Cardonald, Glasgow before she married.
  • For that you would have been ushered to your seats by the beautiful usherettes.
  • I think there may have been an usherette at the door wishing us ‘Goodnight’; to be honest half the people from the cinema were a little moist - eyed and incoherent as we pushed out onto the drizzly street.
  • At the movie theaters, usherettes had to patrol the aisles as young couples had taken to drinking alcohol during the showing.
  • Apart from the stern-faced usherettes willing us out of their establishment, we were the only people left in the auditorium.
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