A waiter who is in charge of the waiters and waitresses in a restaurant and is often responsible for taking reservations and seating guests. (noun)
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Use "headwaiter" in a sentence
""Perhaps I'd better call the headwaiter, sir," the golem said stiffly."
"Even though he was starting as an assistant waiter, he was excited about his job and the opportunity to advance to a headwaiter."
"He even stayed at the restaurant long enough to achieve his goal of advancing to headwaiter himself!"