What is another word for chauffeur?

Pronunciation: [ʃə͡ʊfˈɜː] (IPA)

The word "chauffeur" refers to a professional driver who is responsible for driving luxury or executive vehicles. If you are looking for some alternatives for this word, you can consider using words like driver, car operator, personal assistant, or car jockey. Some other synonyms for chauffeur are chuffer, limousine driver, valet, car service, and transport specialist. These words can be used interchangeably depending on the context and the type of driving job being referred to. No matter what word you choose to use, it is important to remember that a chauffeur is an important and skilled profession that requires expertise, focus, and attention to detail.

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Usage examples for Chauffeur

Then, after the performance, we'll have a supper, and then I'll say 'Home' kind of careless to the chauffeur.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
After all, one only earned for all this the salary which a successful barrister or surgeon would pay his chauffeur.
William McFee
"It looks as if it must be the most perfect feeling that you could have," sighed Ethel Blue as they watched a beaming woman approach over the water and then come down from her seat beside the air chauffeur.
"Ethel Morton at Chautauqua"
Mabell S. C. Smith

Famous quotes with Chauffeur

  • My husband is a general's chauffeur somewhere in France.
    Lillie Langtry
  • When you first get money, you buy all these things so no one thinks you're mean, and you spread it around. You get a chauffeur and you find yourself thrown around the back of this car and you think, I was happier when I had my own little car! I could drive myself!
    Paul McCartney
  • My parents were born in Norfolk and spent their early years working in the big houses of that rural English county, my mother as a cook and my father as a handyman and chauffeur.
    Paul Nurse
  • When you tell a girl how beautiful she is, she will say, "Now isn't that just like a man! All you men think about is bodies. OK, so I'm beautiful, but I got my body from my parents and it was just luck. I prefer to be admired for myself, not my chassis." Poor little chauffeur! All she is saying is that she has lost touch with her own astonishing wisdom and ingenuity, and wants to be admired for some trivial tricks that she can perform with her conscious attention. And we are all in the same situation, having dissociated ourselves from our bodies and from the whole network of forces in which bodies can come to birth and live.
    Alan Watts
  • As the experienced chauffeur can tell by listening to his motor that one of its cylinders is not firing properly, so the born leader knows when his subordinates are not serving him, seeks the cause, and finds it.
    André Maurois

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