Two distinct knocks, sir, will produce the slavey at any time.
The servant is a servant, a "slavey," a "skivvy," a "Mary Jane."
She crushes past the little "slavey," and approaching, eyes me critically.
This does not mean that she is to be a domestic drudge of the London "slavey" type.
Ashamed to face Mrs. Peedles or even the slavey, I kept to my room, with the door locked.
You can't conceal it from me; I have but to ask the slavey or the landlady.
The derisive slang term "slavey" expresses the generally prevalent public contempt.
Poor as is the establishment of Glyngog, it can boast of a plain cook, with a slavey to assist.
He hadn't joined the army to be a slavey to any damned first loot.
Some of the people in this street are even so well-to-do as to keep a “slavey.”