Definition of Maintenance man
1. Noun. A skilled worker whose job is to repair things.
Specialized synonyms: Auto-mechanic, Automobile Mechanic, Car-mechanic, Grease Monkey, Mechanic, Handyman, Jack Of All Trades, Odd-job Man, Trouble Shooter, Troubleshooter
Generic synonyms: Fixer, Mender, Repairer
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Literary usage of Maintenance man
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Our New Zealand Cousins by James Inglis (1887)
"... Maori larder—Volcanic marvels—Subterranean activity—Barter—The road maintenance man —Forest wealth—The track of the destroyer—The Blue Lake—Mussel-shell ..."
2. Assessing Problems in Monitoring and Enforcing Parole Under the Interstate edited by Mike Dewine (1999)
"In nearly every case, he posed as a maintenance man to gain access to women's ... Within a few years, Dozier was once again posing as a maintenance man and ..."
3. Army Aviation: Modernization Strategy Needs to Be Reassessed by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"One of the advantages intended by this advanced technology is that the Comanche will have a significantly maintenance man hours/flight hour requirement than ..."
4. Good Roads Year Book by American Highway Association (1915)
"They are a BOON to the maintenance man. We seek the trade of the maintenance man. HEADLEY GOOD ROADS COMPANY Thirtieth and Spruce Streets Philadelphia, Pa. ..."
5. Circuits of Victory by Abraham Lincoln Lavine (1921)
"... and must be mounted on the pole, subject, therefore, to line trouble, and not under the direct supervision of the maintenance man; whereas Repeaters are ..."
6. Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and edited by Thomas R. Bender (1996)
"The maintenance man entered the manhole (without respiratory protection) and ... The fire rescue squad arrived about the same time the maintenance man had ..."