Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bellhop.

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Examples

  • Blacks could find steady work only working in the impoverished inner cities for less money, or in a few traditionally black positions, such as bellhops, sleeping car porters, domestic servants, doormen, busboys, and the like.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism, Federalism, and Racism

  • Blacks could find steady work only working in the impoverished inner cities for less money, or in a few traditionally black positions, such as bellhops, sleeping car porters, domestic servants, doormen, busboys, and thelike.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism, Federalism, and Racism

  • Unfortunately at some hotels The Hudson in New York, for example this has lead to a weird practice whereby the bellhops will only fetch one guest's bag at a time, no matter how many others are waiting.

    Paul Carr: The Ten Most Annoying Mistakes Made By Luxury Hotels

  • Speaking of financial duress, it's no secret that bellhops, valets and most other service staff in hotels live or die based on the size of their tips.

    Paul Carr: The Ten Most Annoying Mistakes Made By Luxury Hotels

  • Employees were instructed to tell guests to leave their luggage in the lobby if no bellhops were available, and bags would be taken up later.

    Hotel managers monitor online critiques to improve service

  • Ian Talbot's production does all it can to keep the plot boiling with an orgy of door-slamming, and there is a good moment when tapdancing bellhops and pirouetting chambermaids remind us that everyone in America thinks they're in show business.

    Lend Me A Tenor, The Musical - review

  • Act or acts completed, he removed her collar and leash, then, well and thoroughly spent, he had the bellhops take her to her new quarters to await her rising . . . and her pleasure the next evening.

    Crossed

  • Before dawn, Oranges came in with another group of bellhops.

    Crossed

  • Four bellhops traded me out for Lisette and when they brought her back, streaks of blood were running freely down her cheeks.

    Crossed

  • Cords running from both the comforter and the mattress had been disguised to match the carpet, and I could barely make out where they snaked underneath the bed toward a wall socket even when the bellhops had me down on the Oriental rug working on my stake.

    Crossed

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