elevator man

NOUN
  1. a man employed to operate an elevator
    in England they call an elevator man a liftman
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How To Use elevator man In A Sentence

  • The most important instruments for flight included: a magnetic compass for the rudder man; a gyro-compass, altimeter, variometer, statoscope, inclinometers, and air & gas thermometers for the elevator man.
  • In England they call an elevator man a liftman.
  • in England they call an elevator man a liftman
  • The elevator man, whose wages were exactly eight dollars a week, pricked up his ears.
  • Yesterday we were leveraging classical upholster and modern produce ironbrand in elevator manufacturing.
  • Call Mr. Brown, Willie,'said the elevator man to a boy near by.
  • Yesterday we were leveraging classical upholster and modern produce ironbrand in elevator manufacturing.
  • Evening, sir, evening, missee," the old elevator man said sibi-lantly, and, on their floor, Nighttime Chang scurried ahead of them to open the door of the suite. Noble House
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