Definition of Chambermaids

1. Noun. (plural of chambermaid) ¹

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Definition of Chambermaids

1. chambermaid [n] - See also: chambermaid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chambermaids

chamber pot
chamber pots
chambered
chambered nautilus
chamberer
chamberers
chambering
chamberings
chamberlain
chamberlain's line
chamberlains
chamberlainship
chamberlainships
chamberlike
chambermaid
chambermaids (current term)
chamberpot
chamberpots
chambers of commerce
chambersite
chambira
chambranle
chambranles
chambray
chambrays
chambre
chambres
chamcha
chamchas
chamecephalic

Literary usage of Chambermaids

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1. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work / by Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny, Penny, Virginia, b. 1826 (1863)
"chambermaids $40 to $70, and board. Prices have fallen since 1853 in California ... chambermaids. " Of the 200000 female servants in England, the largest in ..."

2. A Run Through the United States, During the Autumn of 1840 by Archibald Montgomery Maxwell (1841)
"onK — Refinement of American chambermaids — Army of Waiters at the Astor House Hotel— Dinner Ceremonial — Clam Soup and American ..."

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