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Postilions

[pəˈstilyən, pōˈstilyən]

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Synonyms: 1. Attendant 2. Retainer 3. Domestic 4. Help 5. Cleaner 6. Helper 7. Lackey 8. Flunkey 9. Minion 10. Maid 11. Housemaid 12. Maidservant 13. Handmaid 14. Girl 15. Footman 16. Page 17. Valet 18. Butler 19. Man 20. Batman ...21. Manservant 22. Houseman 23. Houseboy 24. Boy 25. Housekeeper 26. Steward 27. Coachman 28. Equerry 29. Menial 30. Drudge 31. Hireling 32. Slave 33. Mozo 34. Bearer 35. Amah 36. Charwoman 37. Charlady 38. Char 39. Boots 40. Daily 41. Skivvy 42. Scout 43. Bedder 44. Gyp 45. Seneschal 46. Servitor 47. Scullion 48. Tweeny 49. Turnspit 50. Varlet 51. Vassal 52. Serf 53. Famulus 54. Master 55. Mistress See more »
1. Messengers and postilions used a small brass horn to signal their arrival. Use of the horn soon became obligatory for the Postilion, who had to know at least eight signals, each with a particular meaning: arrival, distress, departure, and so on. But what made the horn so popular was its constant use over several centuries, rather than the : 5.
2. The postilions' favours draggled on their dripping jackets. 1911, Hilaire Belloc. The Girondin, Chapter 6: To play the postilion is not an easy thing. It is a trade by itself—half a gunner's and half a groom's. It has to do with horses—that is bad enough ; but also it involves some knowledge of the road.
3. Synonyms for postilions include servants, menials, domestics, lackeys, retainers, skivvies, slaves, drudges, minion and attendants. Find more similar words at
4. Two postilions, slaves Giles and Paris, wore the Washington livery. Enclosed in a letter the President penned from Mount Vernon to his secretary Tobias Lear in 1790 was a thin strip of paper described thus: “The whole length of this paper is the circumference of Giles cap measured at the bottom and on the inside . . . being the exact Band of
5. The post horn (also post-horn) is a valveless cylindrical brass instrument with a cupped mouthpiece. The instrument was used to signal the arrival or departure of a post rider or mail coach. It was used especially by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries.
6. Postilions: Case File Event Statements: DATE: CODE: DESCRIPTION: 01/23/1995: EXRG: Expired Sec. 9: 04/20/1974: REN1: Registered And Renewed (First Renewal - 20 Yrs) Documents: Retrieve USPTO Trademark Documents For This Filing: ADDITIONAL LINKS: Search All Trademarks: Learn About Our Pro Search Subscription Service:
7. The postilions, with a thousand gossamer gnats circling about them in lieu of the Furies, quietly mended the points to the lashes of their whips; the valet walked by the horses; the courier was audible, trotting on ahead into the dun distance.
8. The post horn (also post-horn) is a valveless cylindrical brass instrument with a cupped mouthpiece. The instrument was used to signal the arrival or departure of a post rider or mail coach. It was used especially by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries.
9. The coronavirus is transmitted mainly by postilions and droplets of water propelled by the infected person to his entourage. However, on July 6, 2020,
10. The postilions, with a thousand gossamer gnats circling about them in lieu of the Furies, quietly mended the points to the lashes of their whips; the valet walked by the horses; the courier was audible, trotting on ahead into the dun distance.

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