Recent Examples of waitress from the Web
Founder Nnenna Stella started her company back in 2014, after being dissatisfied with her job as a waitress.
Byars said her mother, originally from Southern California, was a single parent who raised two children and worked as a waitress.
The avalanche thundered through the kitchen, killing the workers there, including Linda Salzetta, the young waitress, and Faye Dame, the Senegalese handyman.
One of the suspects, a 33-year-old Serbian, reportedly got into an argument with the waitress over the selfie.
Written by Nashville creator Callie Khouri and directed by Ridley Scott, the story of an Arkansas housewife and a waitress's wild road trip attracted A-list attention from the beginning.
Karina Garcia used to be a waitress but now the 23-year-old is all slime, all the time.
At the new Palapas Marisqueria & Sushi on Tustin Street in Orange, Mexican sushi is technically an afterthought to the ceviches, aguachiles, hot waitresses and live banda music.
Prior to that, Karen, 57, worked as a defense attorney, and Mina, 32, worked as a waitress, according to Indianapolis Monthly.
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Definition of waitress for English Language Learners
: a woman who serves food or drinks to people in a restaurant
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