Definition of Bellhop

1. Noun. Someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels.

Exact synonyms: Bellboy, Bellman
Generic synonyms: Attendant, Attender, Tender



Definition of Bellhop

1. Noun. An employee of a hotel who carries guest's luggage and runs errands. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bellhop

1. a bellboy [n -S] - See also: bellboy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bellhop

belles-lettristic
belles lettres
belleter
belleters
belletrism
belletrist
belletristic
belletrists
bellflower
bellflower family
bellflowers
bellfounder
bellfounders
bellgirl
bellgirls
bellhop (current term)
bellhops
bellibone
bellibones
bellicism
bellicist
bellicists
bellicose
bellicosely
bellicoseness
bellicosities
bellicosity
bellicous
bellidoite
bellied

Literary usage of Bellhop

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1. The Web by Emerson Hough (1919)
"The boy who took his bag at the door was an APL operative, the bellhop who responded to his summons was an APL operative, his waiter at table was APL, ..."

2. The US Virgin Islands Alive! by Harriet Greenberg, Douglas Greenberg (2006)
"The more adventurous, acting on a tip from the bellhop, invariably head for the most expensive spot in town. This guide has been written to help you explore ..."

3. The Last Million: How They Invaded France--and England by Ian Hay (1919)
"He looked and sounded exactly like what he was — a bellhop. He had exchanged livery for uniform at the first breath of hostilities, and was now reckoned one ..."

4. Rome by Jack Altman, Judith Farr, Barbara Ender-Jones (2003)
"... porter or bellhop). Upstairs, the room maid is cameriera Hotel tipping also has its fine distinctions: on the ..."

5. Our First Half Million: The Story of Our National Army by Captain X. (1918)
"With a grin the attendant—before drafted having been a bellhop—held him up for a dollar and read the telegram as he left the room. ..."

6. Venice by Jack Altman, Barbara Ender-Jones (1997)
"... (baggage porter or bellhop). Upstairs, the room maid is cameriera. Hotel tipping also has its fine distinctions: on the spot to porters for carrying ..."

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