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  • v. Present participle of butler.


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  • Don't think I haven't noticed you butlering around McCrap in the background of every news/photo op.

    Lieberman attacks Obama over foreign policy

  • By this, I mean to say that I will make you whiskey sours at 3AM, drive you around town and eventually ditch you to shag Aunt May . . . but only after butlering for many years.

    IRON MAN #126 Marvel Comics, 1979

  • The rusticity of the function was altogether confined to the benches on which we sat and the tables from which we ate -- the butlering was for the most part urban.

    A Daughter of the Middle Border

  • And though Mr. and Mrs. Townsend put great trust in their servant Jerry as to the ordinary duties of gardening, driving, and butlering, they would not knowingly trust him with a word of their habitual conversation about the things around them.

    Castle Richmond

  • Without it, Shakespeare's Henry plays would be little more than strident nationalism in fact Hal owes more to that prince than to the Hal in "Infinite Jest", "The Remains of the Day" a long lesson in butlering and "The Death of Ivan Ilyich" a simple Russian example of pre-Babbittry.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Having already been ordered onto butlering duties by Mrs Marco for the in-laws 'New Year Lunch treat, I couldn't get to the match either.

    Chelsea Blog

  • The most noteworthy thing about that fact is that Larry Sabato has a spokesman, which is kind of like a butler having another, useless butler, who does nothing because the first butler won't stop butlering.


  • “Don’t tell Mrs. Blanck I don’t know proper butlering,” he said.


  • Locating the right person for your butlering needs takes some time, energy and bucks, but you’ll be thankful when your household runs like a well-oiled machine.

    How To Buy & Sell just about Everything

  • a man who was trying to sell otaku pushup dolls and/or female butlering service - the man whom he was trying to sell things to was familiar and unfamiliar at the same time - I know him, but not like this.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator


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