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A bucolic slavey—a person whose cheerful simpleness is like to that of the little creatures of the field—attends you.Turns about Town|Robert Cortes Holliday
She is a young lady typical of the Cockney slavey type, dressed according to the ideas of her class as regards the perfect lady.The Master of Mrs. Chilvers|Jerome K. Jerome
I hated the dismal little 'slavey' who, twice a week, on an average, would bring him up to me.My First Book:|Various
"My hye," exclaimed the slavey, who adored Herr Kreutzer and intensely worshiped Anna.
"No fault o' 'is, then," said the slavey quickly, voicing her earnest partisanship without a moment's wait.