Definition of Boardmen
1. boardman [n] - See also: boardman
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boardmen
Literary usage of Boardmen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In Darkest England and the Way Out by William Booth (1890)
"We are very anxious to help that most needy class, the " boardmen," many of whom are " sweated " out of their miserable earnings; receiving often as low as ..."
2. Standard Specifications for Personal Service by New York (N.Y.). Bureau of Standards (1917)
"Boardman (Bureau of Street Cleaning, Queens): The duties of boardmen (Bureau of Street Cleaning, Queens), are to perform or to supervise the work of ..."
3. The History of Kennington and Its Neighborhood: With Chapters on Cricket by Henry Hutchinson Montgomery (1889)
"The boardmen.—I have been reading also the original letter written by the carriers of the advertising ... The season having closed, we the boardmen of the ..."
4. Readings in American Government and Politics edited by Charles Austin Beard (1910)
"the boardmen from the nearest dumps) each elect one of their number to represent them in a general committee of forty-one (thirty-two from section stations ..."