All Noun Adjective
53,767 examples (0.09 sec)
  • A large number of members of parliament and civil servants live within the area.
  • Your being with him may save either his or a servant's life. Cited from Clarissa Harlowe, Volume 9 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • This type of civil or business servant is very important when it first becomes necessary.
  • She is treated more like a member of the family than a servant.
  • The management remained the same, only now they became civil servants working for the government.
  • Indeed, he had great faith that servant-leader organizations could change the world.
  • What master would not take that ill at his servant's hands? Cited from Christ The Way, The Truth, and The Life, by John Brown (of Wamphray)
  • His father, a civil servant, died when he was still very young.
  • Nearly an hour passed before he opened them in response to his servant's voice. Cited from Till the Clock Stops, by John Joy Bell
  • There could be nothing here for him except a servant's place. Cited from Who Goes There?, by Blackwood Ketcham Benson
  • Every officer was assigned a servant, usually chosen by himself from among his men.
  • She had been a servant girl around England but had found no place to stay.
  • Given the high death rate, many servants did not live to the end of their terms.
  • About half of the civil servants are employed in the French public education system.
  • He began the school to train young people to become servant leaders with high moral character.
  • He created people, with two servants, on a great piece of rock.
  • But probably it was used as a servant's room or something of the kind. Cited from Ghost Stories of an Antiquary, Pt 1,by M. R. James
  • He did not enter open politics, but worked for a year as a civil servant.
  • He lived there with his wife, their eleven children, and ten live-in servants.
  • This is unusual, as most countries give the position to a civil servant.
  • Next »

Meaning of servant

  • noun A person working in the service of another (especially in the household)