verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of steward
Related formsstew·ard·ship, nounun·der·stew·ard, noun
Examples 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