[ UK /hˈa‍ʊsmən/ ]
[ US /ˈhaʊsmən/ ]
  1. an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term)
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How To Use houseman In A Sentence

  • My diabetes has brought me and my wife many problems, especially when I was a junior houseman during the time when you would be doing 120 hours a week.
  • A warehouseman is suspected of burglary and blames Elli.
  • He called the houseman to bring out drinks, and merely sighed when I said I'd as soon share his sugar free tonic. Blood Sports
  • Dr Bolton had not been at the interview when I was appointed, but the ward sister and the houseman assured me that he was a nice person.
  • George Davis was left with six cats, a disagreeable parrot and an Austrian houseman whom George allowed to steal from him because he brought him orange juice in bed.
  • If a banker has more room for fraud than a grain warehouseman, it should be clear that the consequences of his counterfeiting are far more destructive.
  • As a houseman in a hospital in Wales, I once had to tell a wife, in her early 30s, that her husband had just died.
  • I agreed, so long as the houseman would assure me that he was out of immediate danger.
  • They tended to congregate around a warehouseman called Billy Barker, whom I regarded as a sort of mouthpiece for the rest of them. THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT
  • Born Ernest Brammah Smith, in Hulme, Manchester, in 1868, he was the son of a warehouseman.
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