Definition of Stagehands

1. Noun. (plural of stagehand) ¹



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Definition of Stagehands

1. stagehand [n] - See also: stagehand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stagehands

stage whispering
stage whispers
stageable
stagebound
stagecoach
stagecoaches
stagecoachman
stagecoachmen
stagecraft
stagecrafts
staged
stagefright
stageful
stagefuls
stagehand
stagehands (current term)
stagehouse
stagehouses
stageless
stagelike
stagely
stagemanship
stageplay
stageplayer
stageplayers
stageplaying
stageplays
stager
stageries
stagers

Literary usage of Stagehands

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Broadway Anthology by Edward L. Bernays, Samuel Hoffenstein, Walter J. Kingsley, Murdock Pemberton (1917)
"The poor assistant stagehands of the Paris theatres They were out of work — destitute — The ... But what could be done for them, the poor Paris stagehands? ..."

2. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis (1920)
"Carol, smart in maid's uniform, coaxed the temporary stagehands to finish setting the first act, wailed at Kennicott, the electrician, " Now for heaven's ..."

3. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"The stagehands are already setting the stage for another show. They are bearing the pumpkins from the fields, and are pulling down the stacks of beans. ..."

4. Change Is the Rule: Practical Actions for Change, on Target, on Time, on Budget by Winford E. Holland (2000)
"... UNDERSTANDING AND EXPECTATION MIND-CLEARING EXAMPLE Imagine a director who is communicating the new play to the bit actors and stagehands while the lead ..."

5. The Century (1902)
"One of the stagehands, watching the progress of the piece, was highly incensed when in the second act I erase my daughter's name from the Bible and forcibly ..."

6. The Greek Theater and Its Drama by Roy Caston Flickinger (1922)
"It must quickly have occurred to someone that there would be an advantage in concealing the movements of actors and "stagehands" behind the scenes by ..."

7. Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions by William D. Compton (1996)
"The players and stagehands stood around waiting for more curtain calls, but the audience drifted away. . . . The bloody carnage in Vietnam, the plight of ..."

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