Examples of maid in a Sentence
She hired a maid to do the cleaning.
hired a maid to do the housework after the baby was born
Recent Examples of maid from the Web
The story, written by Mark Medoff, follows speech therapist James Leeds (Joshua Jackson) who falls for a deaf maid named Sarah Norman (Lauren Ridloff); both communicate through sign language throughout the show.
Children of a Lesser God, a play about a man falling in love with a maid, stars Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff, whose characters explore their blossoming relationship.
Her family grew worried about the maid from the Philippines who had moved to Kuwait to support them.
There have also been complaints about the treatment of Filipino maids overseas.
Black women provided an opportunity for lower-middle-class white women to have the splendor of a maid without the lavish price tag.
These were probably the last African-Americans — other than live-in maids, cooks and chauffeurs — to reside in these neighborhoods, segregated for a half century by deed covenants.
Sleeping on a roll-out bed not far from the elevator, the attendant can arrange and deliver meals and, when guests check out, doubles as the maid.
Fiordiligi and Dorabella are well-bred, upper-crust young women on holiday, attended by their worldly wise maid, Despina.
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Origin and Etymology of maid
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
MAID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maid for English Language Learners
: a female servant; especially : a woman or girl who does cleaning work in a house or hotel
: a girl or woman who is not married
MAID Defined for Kids
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