1. an official doorkeeper as in a courtroom or legislative chamber
2. someone employed to conduct others
1. show (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums;
The usher bowed deeply and heaved a long, almost musical sigh.
Then I heard a knock on my door and Usher came in.
The usher seated us in the front row.
The usher was told to look out into the audience and count noses.
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver are shown to their usual pew by an usher.
He followed the usher.
The usher showed us to our seats.
Next year if we can break the bank, will usher in another period of rapid growth.
Of course surge of new devices will usher in an unpredented wave of security concerns.
Wait until after final exams, usher is the winter vacation!
By refusing to discuss euthanasia, they usher in something worse.
New Express reporter spent to pay through nine gold, silver usher in a decade.
Clearly, the website has yet to usher in the game real outbreak period.
To guide ceremoniously ; conduct or usher.
The usher will lead you to your seats.
With the spring season, and its product sales are expected to usher in season.
Ike Hoover , the Chief Usher , answered the call private line.
Whilepainful, such difficulties could usher in a more mature phase of China's economic development.
An usher stood at the door of the theater giving out programs.
After he left school, he tried at a variety of jobs – bricklayer, cinema usher, coal man.
The usher seated them in the front row.
We believe Longcheer will usher a brighter and happier tomorrow.
It is the times that produce heros , heros who usher in the times.
The valet de chambre had received orders to usher him in at once.
The deep and dark tarn at my feet closed over the fragments of the House of Usher.
After he left school, he tried his hand at a variety of jobs—bricklayer, cinema usher, coal man.
Then he composed his features, took Godwin's hand awkwardly and began to usher him from the office.
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