a person who is employed, especially by a hotel, to carry guests' luggage, run errands, etc.
Also bell-hop . to work as a bellhop.
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How to use bellhop in a sentence
Guccio was inspired to create his business after a stint working as a bellhop at The Savoy Hotel in London and a gig working for an upscale train travel company.
The bellhop gave us a knowing leer as we registered separately, but I was content to let him think what he wanted.Highways in Hiding | George Oliver Smith
The cherubic scout had obeyed orders and made himself bellhop size, large size.Satan and the Comrades | Ralph Bennitt
Now, I guess you could get a job as bellhop all right, though I dont know whether Joes strong enough to work yet.Boy Scouts in Glacier Park | Walter Prichard Eaton
Being a bellhop isnt just the job Id pick out for you, or any boy, if I had the choosing.Boy Scouts in Glacier Park | Walter Prichard Eaton
The cab drove off and Malone hailed the doorman, who equipped them with a robot bellhop and sent them upstairs to their rooms.Out Like a Light | Gordon Randall Garrett
British Dictionary definitions for bellhop
US and Canadian another name for bellboy
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