servant definition

  • noun:
    • One who is privately used to do domestic services.
    • person who is publicly used to execute solutions, for a government.
    • a person who conveys distribution, recognizance, or financial obligation to some other: your acquiescent servant.
    • a person who acts another, providing help in some fashion.
    • one that is employed to do regular family or other obligations, and gets compensation. Rather than a slave.
    • one that serves, or does solutions, voluntarily or on compulsion; an individual who is required by another for menial offices, or for other work, and it is susceptible to his command; someone who labors or exerts himself for benefit of another, their master or employer; a subordinate assistant.
    • One in a state of subjection or bondage.
    • A professed fan or suitor; a gallant.
    • person who acts or attends, whether voluntarily or involuntarily; someone employed by another, and subject to his instructions; a person who exerts himself or by herself, or labors, for advantageous asset of a master or an employer; an attendant; a subordinate associate; an agent.
    • Specifically
    • A bondman or bondwoman; a slave.
    • (b you employed for a specified time for you to do handbook or industry labor; a laborer.
    • A person in domestic solution; children or personal attendant; a domestic; a menial. An upper servant is certainly one who may have assistants under them, as a butler, a head prepare, or a head coachman; an under servant is one whom takes requests from an upper one, as an under-nurse, a scullery-maid, or a groom.
    • one out of circumstances of subjection.
    • person who dedicates himself to the service of some other; a person who professes himself ready to perform some might of another. See expressions below.
    • A professed fan. The correlative term mistress is still being used.
    • in a subordinate position
    • one doing work in the solution of some other (especially inside home)
  • verb:
    • To subject.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To topic.
  • others:
    • To subject; subordinate.
    • To furnish with one or more servants.

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