Examples of doorman in a Sentence
we tipped the hotel doorman for getting us a cab
Recent Examples of doorman from the Web
Upon arrival, guests meet a doorman at the entrance on Adams Street.
And now, another ultra-recognizable face (and uniform) on the San Francisco scene: Tom Sweeney, doorman at the Sir Francis Drake for some 42 years, has announced plans to retire in 2020.
For much of the summer of 1967, Scott, whose nickname was Bill, earned $25 a night as doorman at his dad’s club, letting people in and trying to keep police out.
The cape arrived in a huge cardboard box that required the assistance of my doorman to carry into my apartment.
And another that a doorman at Trump tower would say to keep quiet about a Trump love child.
Some allegedly pulled guns on doormen while others attempted to climb over equipment just to get into the courtyard.
The crew built the Dagobah swamp, doormen dressed as Stormtroopers and drinks were served in light-up cups that looked like lightsabers.
In many, residents contribute something to hire a doorman or a cleaner.
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DOORMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doorman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) whose job is to stand next to the main door of a building (such as a hotel or apartment building) and help people by opening the door, calling taxis, etc.
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