[ UK /wˈe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈweɪtɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person whose occupation is to serve at table (as in a restaurant)
  2. a person who waits or awaits
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How To Use waiter In A Sentence

  • Peter said, signaling to the waiter: "When I got that letter from Mrs. Dawson I felt sick, positively _sick_. Working Murder
  • If a bloke's a waiter, it ain't fair to bung him down as a ` waster ". STAGE FRIGHT
  • It was the first time even the back room was full, and though that may be what every owner wants, two waiters sleepwalked through our room with eyes wide shut, ignoring everyone to their left and right.
  • A warm, inviting womb of a restaurant, it's a place that improbably manages to rise above the staggering kitschness of waiters exchanging 'buon appetito' with diners who don't speak a word of the language either.
  • Waiters say that they can always tell if a customer is going to be a good tipper or not.
  • What restaurants need are professional waiters.
  • Besides cleaning up barf, breaking up fights and propping up staggering patrons, owners and waiters can get sued if overly-lubricated lushes kill or injure someone on their drive home.
  • The most baroque of these is a slippery square of cod, baked in a dome of salt and egg whites, which the waiters tap open at the table with a spoon.
  • Tuxedo-clad waiters brought champagne and frou-frou hors d' oeuvres to the thousand guests sprawled throughout the grounds.
  • The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup
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