American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A saleswoman.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A saleswoman; a woman who waits upon customers in a shop or store.
- n. A woman who is employed as a salesclerk.
- n. a woman salesperson
“Yet the saleslady is a good worker considering she's a princess; even a literary commissar might regret an act of inÃ©galitÃ© here.”
“I don't give the shit if the saleslady is a panhandler in Bumfuck, Egypt right now ...”
“Only her subconscious sense of humour, which warned her it would be ridiculous from Peter Rolls's "saleslady" to Peter Rolls himself, made her bite back the words that rushed to the end of her tongue.”
“Previous to her marriage she was head "saleslady" at the "Little Sailor" * novelty shop, corner of Quai”
“saleslady" does one leave the shop with a feebler sense of injury than was formerly inspired by a transaction at the counter -- a duller consciousness of being oneself the commodity that has changed hands?”
“The saleslady would dot my own sturdy wrist with the potion, and still my father would stand there, tapping the edge of his American Express card on the glass counter over and over again in agony.”
“We walked around the store, trailed by a bewildered saleslady, until Dr. Salama stopped in front of a mulberry-pink satin brassiere.”
“The bottle-blond saleslady stood at attention behind her, batting her eyelash extensions in polite shock.”
“Tuesday, I spent much of the day recovering from crazy saleslady.”
“The saleslady held the scarf out to him for him to inspect.”
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