Definition of Roadman

1. Noun. A salesman who travels to call on customers.




2. Noun. A workman who is employed to repair roads.
Exact synonyms: Road Mender
Generic synonyms: Working Man, Working Person, Workingman, Workman

Definition of Roadman

1. Noun. A man who builds or repairs roads. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Roadman

1. a man who repairs roads [n ROADMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roadman

roadhouse
roadhouses
roadie
roadies
roading
roadings
roadish
roadkill
roadkilled
roadkills
roadless
roadlessness
roadlike
roadmaker
roadmakers
roadman (current term)
roadmap
roadmaps
roadmaster
roadmasters
roadmen
roadmender
roadmenders
roadmending
roadometer
roadometers
roadrunner
roadrunners
roads
roadshow

Literary usage of Roadman

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1. Anthrax Immunization Program: Hearing Before the Committee on Government by Christopher Shays (1999)
"AND LT, GENERAL CHARLES H, roadman II, US AIM FORCE Dr. BAILEY. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, Ms. Lehtinen, other distinguished members of the committee, ..."

2. Journal of the Convention of the State of Tennessee: Convened for the by Tennessee Constitutional Convention (1834)
"... McGaughey, Montgomery, Neil, roadman, Richardson, Robertson, Stephenson, Smith, Smartt, Scott, Walton, White and Webster ; 23. The negative voters are, ..."

3. A Textbook on Steam Engineering by International Correspondence Schools (1902)
"It then falls upon the roadman or the purchaser to assemble them at their destination. This work should not be undertaken by one not familiar with such work ..."

4. The Maintenance of Macadamised Roads by Thomas Codrington (1892)
"As the spring advances more scraping will be required in damp weather, and in dry weather the stones which have not worked in will require the roadman's ..."

5. The Maintenance of Macadamised Roads by Thomas Codrington (1892)
"As the spring advances more scraping will be required in damp weather, and in dry weather the stones which have not worked in will require the roadman's ..."

6. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"... roadman, *. A carter ; properly one who drives stones for mending the public roads, . Perths. Had you liv'd lang t've felt the smarts ..."

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