Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A person employed by a hotel to assist guests, as by carrying luggage and doing errands.

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  • noun An employee of a hotel who carries guest's luggage and runs errands.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Probably short for bell-hopper.]

Examples

  • He called the bellhop and they brought a cart for Aria’s many bags.

    The Princess

  • He called the bellhop and they brought a cart for Aria’s many bags.

    The Princess

  • He has known the so-called bellhop since they were in the 6th grade and considers him a friend.

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2003

  • Some of my colleagues and I have mused about their purpose; to eject a misbehaving councillor, to call a bellhop or to order pizza delivery now that free food has been banned from our meetings?

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  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call,

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  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call,

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  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call,

    WN.com - Articles related to Uruguay weakens smoking laws

  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call, "Call For Philip Mor-Aiss!", followed by the closing credits, featuring a Philip Morris pack in the background [it was the sponsor's custom to feature their product or logo during these credits, which were later refilmed for daytime and off-network repeats, minus the sponsor's product

    WN.com - Articles related to Uruguay weakens smoking laws

  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call, "Call For Philip Mor-Aiss!", followed by the closing credits, featuring a Philip Morris pack in the background [it was the sponsor's custom to feature their product or logo during these credits, which were later refilmed for daytime and off-network repeats, minus the sponsor's product Drag to Playlist

    WN.com - Business News

  • Usually, Johnny Roventini, the famous Philip Morris "bellhop", ended their "soft-sell" with his famous clarion call, "Call For Philip Mor-Aiss!", followed by the closing credits, featuring a Philip Morris pack in the background [it was the sponsor's custom to feature their product or logo during these credits, which were later refilmed for daytime and off-network repeats, minus the sponsor's product

    WN.com - Articles related to Uruguay weakens smoking laws

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