Definition of stewardess
: a woman who performs the duties of a steward; especially : one who attends passengers (as on an airplane)
Recent Examples of stewardess from the Web
My ex-wife, who served as a stewardess on the yacht once in a while, is standing next to the pilot house, or wheelhouse, waving at me.
Koa‘e Kea, a group of former Hawaiian Airlines DC-3 hostesses, stewardesses and flight attendants, held a 20th-anniversary dinner party at the Ala Moana Hotel on Nov. 12.
Stewardesses were hired as decorative waitresses with geisha-like instructions.
Beautiful stewardesses trailed behind them wearing trim red outfits and perfectly straight stocking seams.
The stewardess and I were the only ones in the detached section of the plane's tail.
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First Known Use of stewardess
STEWARDESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stewardess for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to serve meals and take care of passengers on a train, airplane, or ship
STEWARDESS Defined for Kids
Definition of stewardess for Students
: a woman who looks after passengers (as on an airplane or ship)
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