• WordNet 3.6
    • n saleslady a woman salesperson
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n saleslady A saleswoman; a woman who waits upon customers in a shop or store.
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In literature:

She was eighteen and a saleslady in the gents' gloves.
"The Voice of the City" by O. Henry
The saleslady clapped her hand over her mouth and led the way to another model.
"Coniston, Complete" by Winston Churchill
Ask any successful clothing salesman or saleslady what is the best way to arouse desire for a suit, a cloak or a gown.
"Analyzing Character" by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
What your London Gaiety is to actresses, that the glove department is to our salesladies.
"Winnie Childs" by C. N. Williamson
One of our salesladies has a book about it.
"New Faces" by Myra Kelly
But I guess as a saleslady in some store I'll make a hit.
"Bought and Paid For" by Arthur Hornblow
That stupid saleslady said she knew they would be too small.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume II. (of X.)" by Various
Saleslady in a State Street store.
"One Woman's Life" by Robert Herrick
Or maybe it was only one of the salesladies in rearrangin' the display.
"Torchy and Vee" by Sewell Ford
Miss Upton's eyes glistened and she drew the saleslady aside.
"In Apple-Blossom Time" by Clara Louise Burnham

In news:

The saleslady picked up the unscathed animal and ran back to the store, waving at everyone and giggling.