There, when the garcon had left them, they sat near the windows hand in hand.
There was no one about, but under an electric bell was written garcon.
And he had answered her: "I think I feel that too, garcon Carterette."
They should both, garcon and cashier, be discharged on the spot.
Turn about is fair play, garcon Cart'rette: so when you're in trouble come to me.
With these pious feelings I let down the glass, and called out to the garcon for a glass of brandy and a cigar.
C'est la fortune de la guerre, mon garcon; but calm yourself, and take this potion which Blanche has prepared for you.
Our garcon had never heard of the prisoner; but he knew about the gendarmes who now occupy the castle.
They stopped in front of the hotel, and Valmond, motioning to the garcon, gave him an order.
Come and go when thou wilt, Clive, my garcon, my son: thy cover is laid.
"boy," c.1300, from Old French garçun (11c.; Modern French garçon) "menial, servant-boy, page; man of base condition," originally objective case of gars, perhaps from Frankish *wrakjo (cf. Old High German recko, Old Saxon wrekkio "a banished person, exile;" English wretch). Meaning "waiter" (especially one in a French restaurant) is from 1788.