Definition of Choremen

1. choreman [n] - See also: choreman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Choremen

choreatic
chored
choree
chorees
choregi
choregic
choregus
choreguses
choreic
choreic abasia
choreic movement
choreics
choreiform
choreiform movement
choreman
choremen (current term)
choreo-
choreoathetoid
choreoathetosis
choreograph
choreographed
choreographer
choreographers
choreographic
choreographically
choreographies
choreographing
choreographist
choreographists
choreographs

Literary usage of Choremen

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1. Principles of Economics by Frank William Taussig (1921)
"... or services provided, by those who are in the lower groups. His money income goes far in the purchase of the services of domestics — of choremen and ..."

2. The Cost of Food: A Study in Dietaries by Ellen Henrietta Richards (1913)
"House officers and heads of departments. 2d. Nurses and second assistants. 3d. Engineers, workmen, etc. 4th. Scrub-women, janitors, choremen, ..."

3. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins (1914)
"They are hired choremen doing the work their employer sets them to. This is no place to discuss the editorial function, but it is well to bear in mind this ..."

4. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins (1914)
"They are hired choremen doing the work their employer sets them to. This is no place to discuss the editorial function, but it is well to bear in mind this ..."

5. The Prisoner at the Bar: Sidelights on the Administration of Criminal Justice by Arthur Cheney Train (1908)
"... coachmen, choremen and valets. In like manner attorneys of this feather will deliberately state to the jury that if the defendant had taken the stand he ..."

6. Courts and Criminals by Arthur Cheney Train (1912)
"If he has kept half of his promises he must by this time have several hundred clerks, gardeners, coachmen, choremen and valets. In like manner attorneys of ..."

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