Definition of Oilmen

1. Noun. (plural of oilman) ¹



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Definition of Oilmen

1. oilman [n] - See also: oilman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oilmen

oilfish
oilfishes
oilhole
oilholes
oilier
oilies
oiliest
oilily
oiliness
oilinesses
oiling
oilless
oillet
oillets
oilman
oilmen (current term)
oilnut
oilnuts
oilpaper
oilpapers
oilpatch
oilproof
oilrig
oilrigs
oils
oilsand
oilsands
oilseed
oilseed cake
oilseed rape

Literary usage of Oilmen

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1. A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital by John Beauchamp Jones (1866)
"oilmen and Myers, lawyers, have their hands full. » The Confederate States Tax act of last session of Congress is a failure, in a great measure, ..."

2. Domestic Manners and Customs of the Hindoos of Northern India, Or, More by Ishuree Dass (1860)
"Carpenters—Blacksmiths—Silver and Goldsmiths—Barbers- Cowherds—Shepherds—Fishermen— oilmen—Fullers—Potters —Weavers—Shoemakers. Carpenters. ..."

3. Charlestown Land Records, 1638-1802 by Charlestown (Boston, Mass.) (1883)
"Be it "known unto oilmen by these presents, That I, Edward Larkin of Charlestowne, Turner, for and in consideration of Tenn pounds in hand receved, ..."

4. Advertise. How? When? Where? by William Smith (1863)
"... them—"make no error"—was a man with no cap on, but with well-oiled locks, fast asleep. I exclaimed, " Grease to the grease, farewell." oilmen AND PICKLE ..."

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