barmaid

[bahr-meyd]
noun
a woman who bartends; bartender.

Origin:
1650–60; bar1 + maid

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barmaid (ˈbɑːˌmeɪd)
 
n
a woman who serves in a pub
 

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The barmaid handed me some colored paper chits with my change, tickets for the night's big draw.
He then grabbed the barmaid, shoved the revolver into her ribs, and demanded the money from the cash drawer.
One is a well-photographed chase sequence, with a barmaid pursued through the woods by a clattering hearse.
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