Definition of Bandymen
1. bandyman [n] - See also: bandyman
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bandymen
Literary usage of Bandymen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Two Years in the Jungle: The Experiences of a Hunter and Naturalist in India by William Temple Hornaday (1885)
"I rode in the front bandy and read ‘Hypatia.' At the six-mile post the bandymen begged a halt, for by that time old Sol was getting down to business. ..."
2. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"bandymen and coolies, hotel runners and guides, besiege us from every quarter, jabbering and pulling and jostling and pushing, with all the importunate ..."
3. A text-book containing fifteen hundred conversational sentences in Tamil by P. S. Rajagopala Mudaliyar (1869)
"It appears to me to be this, that the bandymen drive their carts very close to the side and take no thought of the wheels coming in contact with the wall. ..."
4. The Indian Forester; a Quarterly Magazine of Forestry (1880)
"However, it turned out a more difficult thing than our ally had thought to get carts, for the bandymen had all gone mad too. - Our provisions were all more ..."