awaiter

awaiter

(əˈweɪtə)
n
a person who awaits something or someone
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"I went to Coast restaurant in Porthcawl as awaiter then they askedmeto put some whites on and see what I could do," he said.
The firm said the Goodfella's pizza advertising push - featuring awaiter with wings and a wand - will raise first half costs but pledged to keep investing in key brands through "uncertain economic times".
AWAITER from Durham has been jailed in Majorca for raping a 17-year-old girl on a drunken night out with friends.
AWAITER was killed trying to break up trouble between two gangs of teenagers.
The narrator cannot forget the negative 'plus' in her own appearance as awaiter:
After paying at the counterwewere followed into the street by awaiter offering a refund for the bottle of wine as recompense for the poor service and delays.