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room clerk

noun
1.
a clerk at a hotel who assigns rooms to guests, keeps the guest register, sorts the incoming mail, etc.
Origin of room clerk
1915-1920
First recorded in 1915-20
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  • He came up to the room clerk's wicket at the desk of the Royal.

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  • I went to the telephone directly I entered my room and called for the room clerk.

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  • It was Dr. Preston making inquiries for someone of the room clerk.

    The Social Gangster Arthur B. Reeve
  • Ill just go and describe him to the room clerk and see if hes here, and maybe I can learn his name.

  • Lawrence, accepting the position of room clerk, took great pride and pleasure in seeing that everyone was properly installed.

    L. P. M. J. Stewart Barney
  • Privately he called his room clerk aside and told him the situation and the room clerk offered to oblige.

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  • The room clerk had come from Ohio two years before and was a mighty accommodating young fellow.

    Roughing it De Luxe Irvin S. Cobb
  • He paid his bill at the cashier's window, and overheard the room clerk speaking to a woman.

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  • "What's the matter, Mr. Lubliner," the room clerk asked when Elkan passed the desk.

    Elkan Lubliner, American Montague Glass
  • Ford went to the room clerk for his key; reeled would be the better word, since his brain was whirling.

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