In another, a bookkeeper consciously ignored a financial error.
He wrought upon the structure with the method of a monk and he recorded his progress with the regularity of a bookkeeper.
Even a run-of-the-mill bookkeeper wouldn't have made that blunder.
The casino does not repay the car dealership whose bookkeeper embezzles to gamble.
We had a bookkeeper and a publicist and a president.
He is working as a bookkeeper, but wants a better job before he marries.
Stockman is a bookkeeper, and political figures are not famous for their candor.
She blanketed them with flyers advertising her skills and asking if they had a bookkeeper.
Gone are the days when a chief financial officer at a nonprofit was regarded as a mere bookkeeper.
He worked his way up from a bookkeeper to a chief executive officer.
Word Origin and History for bookkeeper
also book-keeper, 1550s, from book (n.) + keeper. A rare English word with three consecutive double letters. Related: Bookkeeping, which is from 1680s in the sense "the work of keeping account books;" book-keep (v.) is a back-formation from 1886.