Definition of Grocery boy
1. Noun. A delivery boy for groceries.
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Literary usage of Grocery boy
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1. Modern Elementary School Practice by George Earl Freeland (1919)
"(grocery boy enters with a box of groceries. He drops his box, grabs a rug and rolls Mrs. ... Mrs. B. — to grocery boy — How did you ever think of that ? ..."
2. Every where by Will Carleton (1911)
"The grocery-boy stopped his horse at the foot of the hill, and walked up for his ... The grocery-boy came early, and, during the remainder of the day, ..."
3. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis (1920)
"At half-past three no one had come, and the grocery boy reluctantly got out, cranked his Ford, glared at them in a disillusioned manner, and rattled away. ..."
4. Labor and Administration by John Rogers Commons (1913)
"He makes each boy take a course in carpentering, or drawing, even though the boy wants to be a grocery boy, a book-keeper, or a salesman. ..."
5. The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections by Phineas Garrett (1897)
"The grocery boy didn't understand my intentions, and called: " Hi, there! get a move on you." " I have as much on me as I can bear now," I muttered, ..."