usher

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usher

1. a person who acts as doorkeeper, esp in a court of law
2. (in England) a minor official charged with maintaining order in a court of law
3. Brit obsolete a teacher
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Accordingly they came from their different posts, and were ushered into the reception-room.
Early the next morning I took the first train for Richmond and within two hours was being ushered into the room occupied by John Carter.
In my timidity I wandered up and down the street while I screwed up my courage to ring the bell; and then, sick with apprehension, was ushered into an airless room full of people.