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  • n. Plural form of floorwalker.


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  • Saks floorwalkers, cashiers, a team of sweating porters to haul the merchandise from the store to the motorcade … chiropractors to treat those porters.

    Zing the Bling… - Swampland -

  • Her education had taken place on the job, behind cash registers and display counters, in the offices of managers and floorwalkers, at the service of customers.

    Some Fun

  • And put out an emergency call, by inter-department telephone, not by public address, to floorwalkers from the fifth floor down, to gather up all male clerks and other store personnel in their departments, arm them with anything they can find, and rush them to Chinaware.


  • If they shot floorwalkers after a fire in the department store because they spoke with an accent they had always had, then certainly the floorwalkers would not be expected to return when the store opened again for business.

    A Farewell To Arms

  • But to floorwalkers all women's faces are horrible.

    Buttered Side Down: Stories

  • "One of the floorwalkers -- died of heat prostration," she said, looking very much upset.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • Among the other floorwalkers, and particularly in the gorgeously uniformed attendant at the front door (who was outraged by Gissing's habit of escorting special customers to their motors) moved anger, envy, and sneers.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • Down in the basement of this palatial store was a little dressing room and lavatory for the floorwalkers, where they doffed their formal raiment and resumed street attire.

    Where the Blue Begins

  • "I hope you don't really think we have floorwalkers in the second-hand book business."

    The Haunted Bookshop

  • The floorwalkers in the big store aided her, but it was of no avail.

    The Bobbsey Twins; or, Merry Days Indoors and Out


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