What is another word for doorman?

Pronunciation: [dˈɔːmən] (IPA)

A doorman, also known as a door attendant, is a person who is responsible for greeting visitors, monitoring access to a building, providing assistance, or carrying out other duties to maintain the safety and comfort of the building's occupants. Another synonym for doorman is concierge, someone who assists guests with tasks such as booking reservations, providing travel arrangements, and offering local recommendations. Other synonyms include porter and custodian, who are responsible for ensuring a building is clean and homes running smoothly. Another alternative for doorman is a receptionist, typically employed at an office or hotel to assist with administrative tasks. Finally, a security guard is a synonym for a doorman who primarily focuses on safety and monitoring duties.

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Usage examples for Doorman

It seems his room-mate found him, in bed, in his night-wear, and immediately called the doorman of the house.
"The Come Back"
Carolyn Wells
"Send for that doorman," said Middleton, a bit curtly.
"The Come Back"
Carolyn Wells
Artificially stimulated, he became a creature of pure impulse, and those impulses ran the entire gamut of hilarity: he played the drum; he wrestled with a burly doorman; he yelled, whenever he found what he called a good "yelling place"; he demonstrated his ability to sing "Silver Threads Among the Gold" to the accompaniment of a four-piece orchestra energetically engaged in playing something quite modern and altogether different.
"Flowing Gold"
Rex Beach

Famous quotes with Doorman

  • Opportunity knocked. My doorman threw him out.
    Adrienne Gusoff
  • Gentleman. A man who buys two of the same morning paper from the doorman of his favorite nightclub when he leaves with his girl.
    Marlene Dietrich
  • Opportunity knocked. My doorman threw him out.
    Adrienne Gusoff
  • That's some fucking doorman you've got out there.
    Dana Stabenow

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