Definition of Forgeman

1. n. A skilled smith, who has a hammerer to assist him.



Definition of Forgeman

1. Noun. A person who works at a forge. A blacksmith on a large scale. ¹

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Definition of Forgeman

1. an iron worker [n FORGEMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forgeman

forgathered
forgathering
forgathers
forgave
forgave and forgot
forge
forge-hammer
forge ahead
forge over
forgeabilities
forgeability
forgeable
forged
forged ahead
forgelike
forgeman (current term)
forgemen
forger
forgeries
forgers
forgery
forges
forges ahead
forget, when up to one's neck in alligators, that the mission is to drain the swamp
forget-me-not
forget-me-nots
forget it
forget me drug
forget oneself

Literary usage of Forgeman

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1. Reminiscences of Seventy Years' Life, Travel, and Adventure, Military and by Robert George Hobbes (1895)
"The forgeman had a strong pair of tongs with long handles, suspended by a chain from a roller running on an iron rail fixed from the furnace to the hammer. ..."

2. Metallurgy: The Art of Extracting Metals from Their Ores, and Adapting Them by John Percy (1864)
"During this first part of tho process the forgeman has only the following ... Tho first object of the forgeman is now to bring up above the mass of iron ..."

3. Ensemble of the Decorative Work of the Painter Jean-Julien Lemordant by Yale University School of Fine Arts, Gustave Geffroy, Charles Le Goffic (1919)
"A forgeman. (Belonging to Mon. TB) 120. A Puddler. 121. ... A forgeman. 133. A Roller Man. (Belonging to Mon. D.) 134. An Excavator. 135. A Tanner. 136. ..."

4. The Poetical Works of Howitt, Milman, and Keats by Mary Botham Howitt, Henry Hart Milman, John Keats (1853)
"We 'II have no more collectors ! God save Philip ! Who is for him Î We '11 have no lord but Philip ! Enter forgeman, hurriedly. ..."

5. A Summer in Skye by Alexander Smith (1865)
"passage, and then a tipsy forgeman was unceremoniously shot out into the square, ... I hope that fellow won't come to grief," said Broster, as the forgeman ..."

6. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1860)
"“I hope that fellow won't come to grief;” said Broster, as the forgeman lurched through a group of countrymen intent on a bargain, and passed on without ..."

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