Bank clerk



teller (def 2).
Historical Examples

It was worth, in those days, a bank clerk’s position or an undergraduate’s degree ever to be seen there.
Pirate Gold Frederic Jesup Stimson

Dear Carl,—You are just silly to tease me about any bank clerk.
The Trail of the Hawk Sinclair Lewis

He worked hard every day at the War Office, and came down to Greenwich in the afternoon like any civil servant or bank clerk.
Aspects and Impressions Edmund Gosse

The bank clerk and the Wood-carver talked earnestly, planned and dreamed.
The Trail of ’98 Robert W. Service

Another story is that he was born in Pennsylvania of decent parents, was well educated, and in due course became a bank clerk.
Mysteries of Police and Crime Arthur Griffiths

I recognised in them the bank clerk and the Professor, and I hailed them.
The Trail of ’98 Robert W. Service

He had been earning a bank clerk’s salary, with no way of spending it.
We Can’t Have Everything Rupert Hughes

Some have unawares (like this bank clerk) entertained angels.
Crimes of Charity Konrad Bercovici

I once saw a young Church of Ireland man, a bank clerk in the west of Ireland, thrown in a like trance.
Ideas of Good and Evil William Butler Yeats

Then Resi told me some more about the bank clerk and his wife, that is not-wife.
A Young Girl’s Diary An Anonymous Young Girl

noun
(Brit) an employee of a bank

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