American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A saleswoman.
- n. A young woman employed as a salesclerk.
- n. a woman salesperson
“The salesgirl was a young, cream-complected French girl with high cheekbones and dark eyes.”
““Your total is one thousand, one hundred and five dollars and eight cents,” the salesgirl said to me, even though her eyes were on the commotion in front of the dressing room.”
“She bought a rayon dress, being told by the salesgirl that it would be cool.”
“The salesgirl wore a flesh-colored top with stitching down the middle that looked like sutures.”
“To run errands without getting the evil eye from the snotty salesgirl.”
“Retaining the hands-on approach that dates back to his market days, he had taken it upon himself to restack a display the week before, a salesgirl confides.”
“Reuters A salesgirl is reflected in a mirror at a Yangon retail store.”
“They lived briefly in one of the refugee homes until her parents found work in a restaurant and Edith went to work as a salesgirl in a delicatessen store.”
“Following a shooting in the streets below her office, Felice was inside a shot-up dress shop interviewing a still-shaking salesgirl who had just emerged from hiding in a closet while glaziers were still boarding up the shot-out panes of glass.”
“ "Sally?" the salesgirl says, mimicking you, exaggerating your delivery until it is a high prissy whine.”
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