Definition of Bartender

1. Noun. An employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar.

Exact synonyms: Barkeep, Barkeeper, Barman, Mixologist
Specialized synonyms: Barmaid, Publican, Tavern Keeper
Generic synonyms: Employee
Derivative terms: Mixology



Definition of Bartender

1. n. A barkeeper.

Definition of Bartender

1. Noun. One who tends a bar or pub; a person preparing and serving drinks at a bar. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bartender

1. one that bartends [n -S] - See also: bartends

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bartender

bars
barse
barses
barside
barspin
barspins
barstaurant
barstaurants
barstool
barstooler
barstools
barstowite
bartelkeite
bartend
bartended
bartender (current term)
bartenders
bartending
bartends
barter
barter away
bartered
barterer
barterers
bartering
barters
bartery
barth

Literary usage of Bartender

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1. Editorials from the Hearst Newspapers by Arthur Brisbane (1906)
"WHAT THE bartender SEES A YOUNG man with a cold face, much nervous energy ... And the bartender knows that that young man, with his fine reasonings and his ..."

2. The Argonauts of California: Being the Reminiscences of Scenes and Incidents by Charles Warren Haskins (1890)
"... INGENIOUS bartender—PRICES OF DRINKS—CELEBRATING THE FOURTH OF JULY—HARD CHARACTERS. EARLY in the Spring of '50, a number of Kanakas from the Sandwich ..."

3. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"... and hence entry of a saloon by a bartender at a time when the sale of liquor Is forbidden without the proprietor's knowledge, and against his orders, ..."

4. The Mystery of Hartley House by Clifford Samuel Raymond, George H. Doran Company (1918)
"the story I wanted to know, I decided to remain unidentified, have a bottle of beer—from the bartender, who came half-heartedly from the constable's ..."

5. The Social Evil in Chicago by Chicago Vice Commission, American Vigilance Association (1911)
"bartender said they would not have anything but young girls in this place. ... bartender has girl who works for him upstairs in house of prostitution. ..."

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