usherette [uhsh-uh-ret] Word Origin noun

  1. a woman who escorts persons to seats in a theater, church, etc.

Origin of usherette First recorded in 1925–30; usher + -ette Usage note See -ette. British Dictionary definitions for usherette usherette noun

  1. a woman assistant in a cinema, theatre, etc, who shows people to their seats

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