I left her with a juice box and an Elmo coloring book, gave the valet a twenty and the doorman another twenty to watch him.
A valet found Hilton's possessions down the road from her property and her driver retrieved them.
The food might be pretty, but you just want the valet to bring your car around already.
A few minutes later, a blue, economy-sized vehicle pulls up and a valet yells our name.
After a few years, he ended up in Moscow, where he was briefly employed as valet to a wealthy nobleman.
"Our guv'nor isn't very gay, that's a fact," responded the valet.
"Anyway, sir, I should not discuss your business," said the valet with dignity.
"There'll be a sensation before long," declared the valet to me.
He bitterly reproached his valet for this dereliction of duty.
He had a factotum named Charley Breen who was his valet, cook, hostler and assistant surveyor.
"personal man-servant," mid-14c., from Old French valet, variant of vaslet "man's servant," originally "squire, young man," from Gallo-Romance *vassellittus "young nobleman, squire, page," diminutive of Medieval Latin vassallus, from vassus "servant" (see vassal). Modern sense is usually short for valet de chambre; the general sense of "male household servant of the meaner sort" going with the variant form varlet. First recorded use of valet parking is from 1960.