Definition of Gangsman

1. a foreman of a gang [n GANGSMEN]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gangsman

gangrenescent
gangrening
gangrenous
gangrenous appendicitis
gangrenous cellulitis
gangrenous emphysema
gangrenous pharyngitis
gangrenous pneumonia
gangrenous rhinitis
gangrenous stomatitis
gangræna
gangs
gangs up
gangs up on
gangsaw
gangsman (current term)
gangsmen
gangst
gangsta
gangsta rap
gangstas
gangster
gangster's moll
gangsterdom
gangsterdoms
gangsterish
gangsterism
gangsterisms
gangsterlike
gangsters

Literary usage of Gangsman

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1. A History of Our Relations with the Andamanese by Maurice Vidal Portman (1899)
"The gangsman would not allow the Andamanese to enter the upper story of the hut ... Mr. Corbyn agreed that the gangsman was quite right in what he did, ..."

2. A Tour Through the Famine District of India by Francis Henry Shafton Merewether (1898)
"gangsman. Working Mate. The Working Mate has about a dozen to eighteen ... The gangsman has custody of the muster-roll and is responsible for tools. ..."

3. English Country Life by Martingale (1843)
"... who employs a certain number of Bankers under him, is called the " gangsman." This " gangsman " superintends the work, a certain part of ..."

4. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1889)
"gangsman. A foreman. Line. GANG-TEETH. Teeth in animals which project out of the mouth. Topsell, p. 194. GANG- WAY. An entry, or passage. Kent. GANG-WEEK. ..."

5. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1852)
"... if this could be regarded as a store, for the neighbouring employers, of child's labour, to be taken out of it on a half-time gangsman system. ..."

6. A History of Our Relations with the Andamanese by Maurice Vidal Portman (1899)
"The gangsman would not allow the Andamanese to enter the upper story of the hut ... Mr. Corbyn agreed that the gangsman was quite right in what he did, ..."

7. A Tour Through the Famine District of India by Francis Henry Shafton Merewether (1898)
"gangsman. Working Mate. The Working Mate has about a dozen to eighteen ... The gangsman has custody of the muster-roll and is responsible for tools. ..."

8. English Country Life by Martingale (1843)
"... who employs a certain number of Bankers under him, is called the " gangsman." This " gangsman " superintends the work, a certain part of ..."

9. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1889)
"gangsman. A foreman. Line. GANG-TEETH. Teeth in animals which project out of the mouth. Topsell, p. 194. GANG- WAY. An entry, or passage. Kent. GANG-WEEK. ..."

10. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1852)
"... if this could be regarded as a store, for the neighbouring employers, of child's labour, to be taken out of it on a half-time gangsman system. ..."

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