American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar. Also called barkeeper.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A barkeeper; a waiter in a bar-room who serves out drinks and refreshments.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A barkeeper.
- n. an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar
“The co-owner of The Passenger in Washington, D. C.'s Penn Quarter neighborhood doesn't shy away from the title bartender, but it doesn't really do him justice.”
“The last person in the world that you want to be your bartender is the gussied-up Mexican guy standing at the back table of the party with all his friends.”
“The case of the Chicago police officer in a bar fight from February 2007 with a female bartender is back in the news after a judge decided not to give the officer jail time for the incident.”
“A guy goes into a bar and the bartender is dressed like a pirate.”
“However, if the bartender is no good, yeah, no tip and I'm not coming back.”
“Cap, the bartender, is glimpsed in small interludes, and the bar itself reforms to the specifications of whatever a given patron expects.”
“I go to the bar, I ring my coat, I call the bartender”
“The bartender is staffed by world-weary Mistress Navnal (played by KIRSTIE ALLEY) and her overenthusiastic bouncer Slaughter (played by wrestling sensation MICK FOLEY, a.k.a. MANKIND).”
“She laid down on the bar and she called the bartender by name, and he got a jelly shot for her.”
“See, my experience has been that I have been denied service being served beer in the pool hall I hang out in b/c I called the bartender on his sexist behavior.”
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