Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man who does the domestic work which is carried on in pantries.
- n. A person in charge of the pantry, or food store, on a ship, train, or other transport where food is kept for passengers and crew. Also in a hospital, school, or hotel, etc.
- n. a manservant (usually the head servant of a household) who has charge of wines and the table
“The first trip up the Cumberland River the boat was full of passengers, and I had a fight with the pantryman.”
“Fred Starratt rose in rapid succession to the position of pantryman, head waiter to the attendants, assistant bookkeeper in the office.”
“He was uneasy in his borrowed clothes -- he had surrendered his own garments to a pantryman who had volunteered to dry them.”
“Einfürer, the German pantryman from the _Lubeck_, who had come up and asked for work.”
“On the 1st and 7th of September 1570 (ill dates for Mr. Alan!), Gilbert, Earl of Cassilis, his chaplain, his baker, his cook, his pantryman, and another servant, bound the Poor”
“He procured me employment as butler or pantryman with Mr. Horace Williams, of East Hartford.”
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