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Oxford dictionary definition of the word major-domo:
the chief steward or butler of a great household
(facetious) a steward or butler
C16: from Spanish mayordomo, from Medieval Latin mājor domūs head of the household
Example Sentences Including ‘major-domo’
Eleanor Phillips was my excellent secretary and ` major-domo ‘ of a small band of efficient secretaries who supported my principal officers.
George Carey KNOW THE TRUTH (2004)
He grinned back and gave me a mock-salute, much less reverent than the black-suited major-domo inside, who bid me good morning with gravity.
Malcolm, John WHISTLER IN THE DARK
It looks to me as if he’s training to be a major-domo at someone’s embassy.
Gaskin, Catherine THE AMBASSADOR’S WOMEN
Major Jaswant Singh, now playing major-domo , obsequiously escorted her to the marquee on the patio.
INDIA TODAY (1998)