Definition of Raftsmen

1. Noun. (plural of raftsman) ¹



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Definition of Raftsmen

1. raftsman [n] - See also: raftsman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Raftsmen

raftage
rafte
rafted
rafter
raftered
raftering
rafters
rafting
raftlike
raftman
raftmate
raftmates
raftmen
rafts
raftsman
raftsmen (current term)
rafty
rag
rag-and-bone shop
rag-bagger
rag-baggers
rag-chewing
rag-roll
rag-rolled
rag-rolling
rag-week
rag and bone men
rag bagger
rag baggers

Literary usage of Raftsmen

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1. The Great Bonanza by Oliver Optic, Robert Michael Ballantyne (1876)
"But the raftsmen still keep their vocation. Each spring the river carries down thousands of feet of lumber to the Ohio and Mississippi cities, ..."

2. The Canadian Guide Book, with a Map of the Province by Edward Staveley (1849)
"... up the figures of the raftsmen. Within these few years much has been done to facilitate and assure the passage of him. her down the Ottawa by the ..."

3. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1900)
"answered the raftsmen. Perhaps some among them would have yielded had they stood alone; ... The policeman wagged his head; the big raftsmen laughed. ..."

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