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Definition of Gemman
1. gentleman [n GEMMEN]
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Literary usage of Gemman
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Twelve Mormon Homes Visited in Succession on a Journey Through Utah to Arizona by Elizabeth Wood Kane (1874)
"Not least, in his own estimation, followed a "colored gemman," an importation to Utah from Philadelphia, whose airs and ailments were henceforward to ..."
2. Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress: With a Preface, Notes, and Appendix by Thomas Moore (1819)
"Or could old NAP himself, in his glory,* have wish'd To show up a. fat gemman more handsomely dish'd?— Oh, bless your great hearts, ..."
3. Stable Talk and Table Talk: Or, Spectacles for Young Sportsmen by Harry Hieover (1846)
"He does so: " the gemman don't like the horse at all:" he persuades him ... We will say the gemman does not buy the horse. "Well," says the owner to himself ..."
4. Loca Patriciana:: An Identification of Localities, Chiefly in Leinster by John Francis Shearman (1879)
"gemman,2 mentioned in this passage, is identical with a Bard of that name who lived in Leinster, near the confines of Meath. St. Columba, after being ..."
5. Bright Skies and Dark Shadows by Henry Martyn Field (1890)
"A New England pastor in Florida told me of a scene he witnessed at the polls. A negro got up on a box, and said: "I hasn't voted. Does any gemman want to ..."