verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of steward
OTHER WORDS FROM stewardstew·ard·ship, nounun·der·stew·ard, noun
Words nearby steward
Example sentences from the Web for steward
If one claims to be the steward of a democratic transition, never does one respond to madness with more madness.
While onboard the train, guests can expect upscale amenities like multicourse dinners and 24-hour steward service.Napa Valley Wine Train, Hiram Bingham, More Incredible Train Journeys|Leigh Crandall|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“You have made yourself famous by rowing the boat,” a steward told her.The Titanic’s Haute Heroine: The Countess of Rothes|Elizabeth Kaye|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Government has a vital role in a crowded society, as a steward of common resources and public services.
This official held more the position of a steward, or valet to the superior, than that of a cook.English Monastic Life|Abbot Gasquet
It's the steward, sir—he's got a touch of a fever; but he'll soon be over it.Manuel Pereira|F. C. Adams
The steward followed the men, and overtook them, and charged them with stealing.The Wonder Book of Bible Stories|Compiled by Logan Marshall
The steward looked about ingratiatingly, then he turned toward the door.The Ghost Breaker|Charles Goddard
"The steward hit me," he said, trying to restrain himself from crying.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie