warehouseman

[ UK /wˈe‍əha‍ʊsˌɛmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a workman who manages or works in a warehouse
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How To Use warehouseman In A Sentence

  • Owner Tim Price, 45, a warehouseman from Rodbourne, is proud of the pup he and daughter Leanne have helped bring up since he was just eight weeks old.
  • He left school at 12, and worked as a draper's assistant and warehouseman before his first play was produced in 1878.
  • Here was a superintendent apologizing for his actions while a mere warehouseman sat on top of a forklift truck and shouted at him. THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT
  • On arriving in Marseille, in the mid-1960s, Smaïl worked as a warehouseman, often on the night shift.
  • You must obtain and retain a current Certificate of Insurance from the ‘carrier’, freight forwarder, warehouseman or any other third party evidencing coverage of their legal liability.
  • It was when warehouseman Mr North opened the front door to their terraced three-bedroom home on their return that they realised what had happened.
  • She kept circling adverts with her biro: warehouseman, school caretaker, transistor radio assembler. MR STARLIGHT
  • Born Ernest Brammah Smith, in Hulme, Manchester, in 1868, he was the son of a warehouseman.
  • 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
  • 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.
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