noun, plural con·cierges [-see-air-zhiz; French -syerzh] /-siˈɛər ʒɪz; French -ˈsyɛrʒ/
Origin of concierge
Examples from the Web for concierge
Contemporary Examples of concierge
This was the case with M. Picard, the concierge at 21 rue La Boétie, who had worked there since 1931.My Grandfather's War: Recovering the Art the Nazis Stole
October 5, 2014
Amiigo feeds the data, but opens up a whole new opportunity for concierge gym services.Amiigo Tracker Pairs Data With Deadlifts
August 4, 2014
Our concierge and his wife walked among them, with their black poodle, keeping order; some couples were waltzing on the sidewalk.Read ‘The King in Yellow,’ the ‘True Detective’ Reference That’s the Key to the Show
Robert W. Chambers
February 20, 2014
But the higher price affords early registration for classes, a concierge service, and priority on wait lists.SoulCycle Is a Booming Exercise Chain for the 1 Percent
July 19, 2013
American Express Platinum is superb in these dire straits and their concierge service is the gold standard.How to Make Your Trip Run Smoothly
January 1, 2011
Historical Examples of concierge
The concierge receives you, and you see at once that her cheerful smile is assumed.
"Altogether, monsieur," said the concierge, fingering the key of the drawer that held it.
Mon petit Dame was waiting for me downstairs in the concierge's room.My Double Life
I ventured to question the concierge concerning his lodgers.
There were three doors; the concierge opened the nearest to the landing.