Sharif waited tables at the posh restaurant Serafina, while Sammy waited tables at Tao.
“Yeah, Sammy got covered up,” was the way they casually referred to it.
Unlike Brenda's husband, Agatha's husband, Sammy, backs her career goals.
British slang for "U.S. soldier in World War I," 1918, a reference to Uncle Sam.
A Sammie may be defined as an American soldier as he appears in an English newspaper or a French cinema. It is a name he did not invent, does not like, never uses and will not recognize. ["Stars & Stripes," March 29, 1918]