Answer: (adj) lowly, humble, lacking importance or dignity; (n.) person who does
the humble and unpleasant tasks
Word Origin late Middle English (in the sense 'domestic'): from Old French from mesnee 'household'.
Scrabble Points: 8
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Menial definition is - a person doing menial work; specifically : a domestic servant or retainer. How to use menial in a sentence.
Synonyms & Antonyms of menial (Entry 1 of 2) showing expressing or offered in a spirit of humility or unseemly submissiveness every command was obeyed in the menial manner of someone who seemed grateful just to be in the presence of a celebrity
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1. servant domestic attendant lackey labourer serf underling drudge vassal (archaic) dogsbody (informal) flunky skivvy (chiefly Brit.) varlet (archaic) The name 'beef-eater' was aimed at any well-fed menial. servant lord boss chief master commander superior baas (S. African)
used to describe work that does not need any skills and is badly paid and often boring: menial jobs/tasks/work The economic climate has seen overqualified candidates a...