Definition of Longshoremen

1. Noun. (plural of longshoreman) ¹



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Definition of Longshoremen

1. longshoreman [n] - See also: longshoreman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Longshoremen

longnecks
longness
longnesses
longnose
longnose gar
longpig
longroot
longrunning
longs
longshanks
longship
longships
longshore
longshore drift
longshoreman
longshoremen (current term)
longshorewoman
longshorewomen
longshoring
longshorings
longshot
longshots
longsighted
longsightedness
longsleeved
longsome
longsomely
longsomeness
longsomenesses
longspine snipefish

Literary usage of Longshoremen

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1. Wharf Management, Stevedoring and Storage by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Thomas Rothwell Taylor (1921)
"CHAPTER IV THE longshoremen ' longshoremen and the Importance of Their Work. ... The aid given by the longshoremen in dispatching supplies to France, ..."

2. Wharf Management, Stevedoring and Storage by Roy Samuel MacElwee, Thomas Rothwell Taylor (1921)
"The general public has only within the last year or two become aware of the meaning of the term "longshoremen" and the importance of the longshoreman's work ..."

3. Labor and Administration by John Rogers Commons (1913)
"CHAPTER XV THE 'longshoremen OF THE GREAT LAKES' BEGINNING in 1892 as a convention of delegates from ten local unions of lumber handlers from Ashland to ..."

4. Biennial Report by Washington (State). Bureau of Labor (1906)
"longshoremen"S STRIKE—TACOMA. On the 5th of April, 1905, the longshoremen employed by the firm of McCabe & Hamilton of Tacoma, declared a strike owing to ..."

5. Mark Hanna's "moral Cranks" And--others: A Study of To-day by William H. Muldoon (1900)
"An army of clerks, 'longshoremen, laborers and truckmen forced to seek employment elsewhere soon after the Warehouse Trust began operations—Scenes of ..."

6. The Ancient Lowly: A History of the Ancient Working People from the Earliest by Cyrenus Osborne Ward (1900)
"... Fishermen—Merchants in those Days as low as Artisans—longshoremen—Shippers— No Strikes, because Interests were Common—Strange Pre- Christian Anagenesis, ..."

7. Labor Bulletin by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1920)
"longshoremen No. 822 (East Boston Dock Freight Handlers). ... 35 Orleans St., EB; 1st and 3d Thurs.; William F. Mahoney, RS, EG Tuthill, BA longshoremen No. ..."

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