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manservant in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanservantman‧ser‧vant /ˈmænˌsɜːvənt $ -ɜːr-/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  BOa male servant, especially a man’s personal servant syn valet
Examples from the Corpus
manservantAs she began to tick them off, a manservant rushed up with a magnum of champagne.Adelelm and his manservant were caught in a storm one night.When he wishes to know the time, he always asks his manservant.He was made a great pet of by Edouard's manservant, George, and by his cook.Once more, the manservant was there to show me into the drawing-room.They had to eat meat sparingly and kept only one horse and one part-time manservant.