Definition of Tinmen

1. Noun. (plural of tinman) ¹



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Definition of Tinmen

1. tinman [n] - See also: tinman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinmen

tinkle the ivories
tinkled
tinkler
tinklers
tinkles
tinklier
tinkliest
tinkling
tinklingly
tinklings
tinkly
tinks
tinley
tinlike
tinman
tinmen (current term)
tinmouths
tinned
tinned dog
tinned goods
tinned meat
tinnen
tinner
tinner's snips
tinner snips
tinners
tinnevelly senna
tinnie
tinnient

Literary usage of Tinmen

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1. Science and Literature in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance by P. L. Jacob (1878)
"271.^Banner of the Tours Slaters. Fig. 272.—Banner of the Paris Founders. Fig. 273.—Banner of the Lyons tinmen. Vig. 274.—Banner of the Douni Shoemakers. ..."

2. The History of New Ipswich: From Its First Grant in MDCCXXXVI, to the by Augustus Addison Gould (1852)
"tinmen.—About 1816 to 18, Joseph Pressey occupied the shop in front of the tanyard, as a tinman. Joseph Buckman next manufactured tin ware to a considerable ..."

3. Lockwood's Dictionary of Terms Used in the Practice of Mechanical by Joseph Gregory Horner (1892)
"... and has a recess, cut near its lower end, for the plumb bob. ladle, Over a slow fire ; then ron the metal into thin strips like tinmen's Bolder. ..."

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