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Household RolePlay
Commonly, 'servant' implies a paid role offering daily help in someone's home. SlideThe family hired a servant to take care of household chores.
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Outdated TermPlay
'Servant' can sound old-fashioned; terms like 'helper' or 'aide' are more modern alternatives. SlideMy grandparents used to call their housekeeper a servant.
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Social ImplicationsPlay
Using 'servant' can imply a social hierarchy, often seen as less respectful today. SlideIn historical novels, characters often have servants.