noun, plural slav·eys. British Informal.
Origin of slavey
noun, plural Slav·eys, (especially collectively) Slav·ey.
Examples from the Web for slavey
She crushes past the little "slavey," and approaching, eyes me critically.Paul Kelver|Jerome Klapka, AKA Jerome K. Jerome
"And just a moment," continued Mrs. Anderson, in a confidential tone, beckoning to the slavey.A Star for a Night|Elsie Janis
A slavey, one pre-eminently of the boarding house description, is kicking up a row.Canada for Gentlemen|James Seton Cockburn
I shall probably be French-maided to the limit if I ever get a start, though I'd rather be a slavey or a chimney-sweep!Elsie Marley, Honey|Joslyn Gray
He hadn't joined the army to be a slavey to any damned first loot.Three Soldiers|John Dos Passos