Definition of Colorman

1. n. A vender of paints, etc.



Definition of Colorman

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of colourman) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Colorman

1. a sportscaster who provides commentary during a game [n COLORMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colorman

coloristical
coloristically
colorists
colorization
colorizations
colorize
colorized
colorizer
colorizers
colorizes
colorizing
colorless
colorlessly
colorlessness
colorlessnesses
colorman (current term)
colormap
colormaps
colormen
colorogenic
colorology
coloron
colorous
colorphobia
colorpoint
colorpoints
colorpuncture
colors
colorspace
colorway

Literary usage of Colorman

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1. Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and References to by Nathaniel Cleveland Moak, John Thomas Cook (1881)
"There is another well known case, I believe unreported, that of Mr. Newman, the colorman of Soho Square. It was held, that he was entitled to restrain ..."

2. The Lowell Lectures on the Ascent of Man by Henry Drummond (1894)
"Once these things were important; by infinitely slow processes Nature formed them; by clever arts the colorman prepared them. But the "Holy Family" did not ..."

3. History of the Hatting Trade in Danbury, Conn.: From Its Commencement in by William H. Francis (1860)
"When the colorman wished to reverse this, he had only to turn the crank. This manner of coloring hats, though very simple, took the lead of all the rest, ..."

4. The Inventor's Guide: Comprising the Rules, Forms, and Proceedings, for by Willard Phillips (1837)
"And this position is illustrated by another case, in which a head colorman, employed to mix colors for calico printing, had, during his service, ..."

5. Handbook of Young Artists and Amateurs in Oilpainting: Being Chiefly a by Laughton Osborn, Pierre Louis Bouvier (1849)
"It is bought at the colorman's in lubes and half- tubes of tin or zinc, already prepared. Those who purchase it dry, are to judge of its pureness by its ..."

6. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1864)
"... in which his pans with the remains of the dye in them arc still seen, of the baker, of the colorman, of the jeweller, the eating-house, the inn, etc. ..."

7. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1898)
"... and not at the will and pleasure of any Camp colorman, many of whom have placed them most indecently—they are also to be covered with bowers and bushes ..."

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