Usher Meaning and Definition


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What is the definition Usher? What is its meaning in the dictionary? Example sentences, Antonyms, Synonyms, How to pronounce? Derivations, Words ending with Usher, Words starting with Usher, Related sentences and more...

Usher meaning

Word: Usher

How to pronounce: ˈʌʃə

Noun

Definitions:

1. A person who shows people to their seats, especially in a theater or at a wedding.

Example sentences: "An usher at the cinema said the attendance had been better when the film was first released some weeks ago, but there were no sell-outs."

2. An assistant teacher.

Example sentences: "It was modest in size, with perhaps 40 pupils taught by one master, assisted by an usher, in the room above the guildhall, both of which survive and are still used by the school."

Verb

Definitions:

1. Show or guide (someone) somewhere.

Example sentences: "A waiter ushered me to a table"

2. Cause or mark the start of something new.

Example sentences: "The railroads ushered in an era of cheap mass travel"


Synonyms:

ushers

ussher

ticket collector

doorkeeper

porter

see off

conduct

marshal

guide


Derivations:

ushered

usherette

ushering


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Usher in Other Languages...

Spanish: Ujier

German: Einläuten

French: Inaugurer

Italian: Inaugurare

Turkish: Yer gösterici


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