Butler

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Historical UsagePlay
Originally more common in grand residences where many staff worked under the butler's supervision. SlideIn the 19th century, the butler was key to running a Victorian estate.
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The butler character is often portrayed in media as dignified and loyal, representing high-class service. SlideThe butler in the film was the epitome of discretion and decorum.
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Contemporary RelevancePlay
Butlers still exist but are less common, often employed by the wealthy and in luxury hotels. SlideThe hotel offered a personal butler to cater to our every need.