the chief male servant of a household, usually in charge of serving food, the care of silverware, etc.
a male servant having charge of the wines and liquors.
the male servant of a household in charge of the wines, table, etc: usually the head servant
Joseph. 1692–1752, English bishop and theologian, author of Analogy of Religion (1736)
Josephine (Elizabeth). 1828–1906, British social reformer, noted esp for her campaigns against state regulation of prostitution
Reg, full name Reginald Cotterell Butler. 1913–81, British metal sculptor; his works include The Unknown Political Prisoner (1953)
R(ichard) A(usten), Baron Butler of Saffron Walden, known as Rab Butler. 1902–82, British Conservative politician: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1951–55); Home Secretary (1957–62); Foreign Secretary (1963–64)
Samuel. 1612–80, English poet and satirist; author of Hudibras (1663–78)
Samuel. 1835–1902, British novelist, noted for his satirical work Erewhon (1872) and his autobiographical novel The Way of All Flesh (1903)
properly a servant in charge of the wine (Gen. 40:1-13; 41:9). The Hebrew word, _mashkeh_, thus translated is rendered also (plural) “cup-bearers” (1 Kings 10:5; 2 Chr. 9:4). Nehemiah (1:11) was cup-bearer to king Artaxerxes. It was a position of great responsibility and honour in royal households.
undercapitalize [uhn-der-kap-i-tl-ahyz] /ˌʌn dərˈkæp ɪ tlˌaɪz/ Word Origin verb (used with object), undercapitalized, undercapitalizing. 1. to provide an insufficient amount of capital for (a business enterprise). undercapitalize /ˌʌndəˈkæpɪtəˌlaɪz/ verb 1. to provide or issue capital for (a commercial enterprise) in an amount insufficient for efficient operation
noun 1. an event or group of events preceding and supporting a featured event: the undercard of tonight’s boxing match.
undercarriage [uhn-der-kar-ij] /ˈʌn dərˌkær ɪdʒ/ Word Origin noun 1. the supporting framework underneath a vehicle, as an automobile or trailer; the structure to which the wheels, tracks, or the like are attached or fitted. 2. the portions of an aircraft that are below the body. undercarriage /ˈʌndəˌkærɪdʒ/ noun 1. Also called landing gear. the assembly […]
noun 1. Mining. a crossing of two passages, as airways, dug at the same level so that one descends to pass beneath the other without any opening into it. Compare overcast (def 9). 2. Meteorology. an overcast layer of clouds viewed from above.