“And while we were checking that one out, we found these lovely pieces by Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie, the actors who played the title roles in Jeeves and Wooster.”
“And this is true even of film versions we loved, like Yes Minister and Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry in Jeeves and Wooster, and Jeremy Brett in the Sherlock Holmes stories.”
“So my hiring someone called Jeeves to be a valet is a stunning, improbable coincidence.”
“She looks as if she's about to call Jeeves over to discuss the wine list.”
“The service promptly sent me Jeeves and I was immediately impressed by the man, but when he told me his name, I was taken aback and said to him distrustfully, “Did you change your name to Jeeves to bring in the business?””
“Some excerpts:The company's signature cartoon butler, known as Jeeves, was a symbol of dot-com excess ...”
“Maud and the fellow Eddie called Jeeves the Butler stopped a prudent distance from the red mark.”
“The girls also volunteer at charities - all while being waited on by a butler called 'Jeeves.”
“The search site formerly known as Jeeves commands only 2.2 percent of UK searches behind Google's”
“Then I asked to be elevated, and "Jeeves" politely transferred me to his supervisor, Ian.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Jeeves’.
Or maybe just some English names, I don't know.
(these can be given or surnames)
Capitalized words with only one of the vowels, with that vowel used at least three times. See also Monovocalics.
Servants who are traditionally male. Inspired by hernesheir's maids list (as well as Downton Abbey)
Looking for tweets for Jeeves.