Definition of Gangsmen

1. gangsman [n] - See also: gangsman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gangsmen

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
gangsmen (current term)
gangst
gangsta
gangsta rap
gangstas
gangster
gangster's moll
gangsterdom
gangsterdoms
gangsterish
gangsterism
gangsterisms
gangsterlike
gangsters
gangue

Literary usage of Gangsmen

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1. A History of Our Relations with the Andamanese by Maurice Vidal Portman (1899)
"... but as anxious to attack and murder the section gangsmen, ... and the division gangsmen, who do not wear the ring, and are marked by wearing a red ..."

2. A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames: Containing an by Patrick Colquhoun (1800)
"From what source therefore, do the Emoluments of the gangsmen arise i—They are said to re. ceive several hundred pounds a year, and yet their wages are only ..."

3. The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K. G. by Edwin Hodder (1893)
"The gangs are collected in the morning, marshalled by the gangsmen, and driven off into the fields to clear them of weeds, to spread manure, to " thin " the ..."

4. Reports of Special Assistant Poor Law Commissioners on the Employment of by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1843)
"The gangsmen (overseers) have 12*. to 15s. a-week in summer. Mary Churchman and her Daughter (grown up, she had worked in the gangs) confirmed this evidence ..."

5. A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames: Containing an by Patrick Colquhoun (1800)
"From what source therefore, do the Emoluments of the gangsmen arise ?—They are said to receive several hundred pounds a year, and yet their wages are only ..."

6. Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society by Bombay Geographical Society (1860)
"... section, sub-division, and division gangsmen; and matters now began to assume some shape and regularity. They were still very badly off for leaves to ..."

7. Tracts on Docks and Commerce: Printed Between the Years 1793 & 1800, and Now by William Vaughan (1839)
"About five of the wharfs employ men that are not precisely on the same footing as the gangsmen of the legal quays. Their class would not decrease by any new ..."

8. British Farmer's Magazine (1851)
"The wages of the gangsmen or overseers is about 12s. or 15s. a week. Children of seven years old usually earn 3d. per d:iy, the elder ones 4d., ..."

9. A History of Our Relations with the Andamanese by Maurice Vidal Portman (1899)
"... but as anxious to attack and murder the section gangsmen, ... and the division gangsmen, who do not wear the ring, and are marked by wearing a red ..."

10. A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames: Containing an by Patrick Colquhoun (1800)
"From what source therefore, do the Emoluments of the gangsmen arise i—They are said to re. ceive several hundred pounds a year, and yet their wages are only ..."

11. The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K. G. by Edwin Hodder (1893)
"The gangs are collected in the morning, marshalled by the gangsmen, and driven off into the fields to clear them of weeds, to spread manure, to " thin " the ..."

12. Reports of Special Assistant Poor Law Commissioners on the Employment of by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1843)
"The gangsmen (overseers) have 12*. to 15s. a-week in summer. Mary Churchman and her Daughter (grown up, she had worked in the gangs) confirmed this evidence ..."

13. A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the River Thames: Containing an by Patrick Colquhoun (1800)
"From what source therefore, do the Emoluments of the gangsmen arise ?—They are said to receive several hundred pounds a year, and yet their wages are only ..."

14. Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society by Bombay Geographical Society (1860)
"... section, sub-division, and division gangsmen; and matters now began to assume some shape and regularity. They were still very badly off for leaves to ..."

15. Tracts on Docks and Commerce: Printed Between the Years 1793 & 1800, and Now by William Vaughan (1839)
"About five of the wharfs employ men that are not precisely on the same footing as the gangsmen of the legal quays. Their class would not decrease by any new ..."

16. British Farmer's Magazine (1851)
"The wages of the gangsmen or overseers is about 12s. or 15s. a week. Children of seven years old usually earn 3d. per d:iy, the elder ones 4d., ..."

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