Definition of Pullmans

1. Noun. (plural of Pullman) ¹



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Definition of Pullmans

1. pullman [n] - See also: pullman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pullmans

pulley-block
pulleys
pullicate
pullicates
pullies
pullikins
pulling
pulling a train
pulling one's head in
pulling one's own weight
pulling one's weight
pulling out
pulling over
pulling teeth
pulling together
pullmans (current term)
pullorum disease
pullout
pullouts
pullover
pullovers
pulls
pulls a train
pulls one's head in
pulls one's own weight
pulls one's weight
pulls over
pulls teeth
pulls together
pullulan

Literary usage of Pullmans

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1. Sessional Papersby Canada Parliament by Canada Parliament (1901)
"fares, 8207 i pullmans, 825 ; small items, 83 317 of Hurdman, R. Д., Ottawa to Dawson : board, 829 ; eabs and transfers, 8И.25 ; fares, ..."

2. Negligence: Rules--decisions--opinions by Edward Beers Thomas (1904)
"pullmans Palace Car Co. v. King, 99 Fed. 380. Where defendant did not know of the danger and there was nothing to put it on its guard, it was not liable for ..."

3. The American Amateur Photographer (1892)
"... not insist upon pullmans. In fact it appeared to be a difficult problem to settle how the train could hold them. The little town of Port Arthur, ..."

4. The Spanish-American War by Russell Alexander Alger (1901)
"... in pullmans, Wagners, tourist pullmans, and day coaches, every man in a day coach having an entire seat '•» himself. You know what tourist pullmans are, ..."

5. The Port of Boston: A Study and a Solution of the Traffic and Operating by Edwin Jones Clapp (1916)
"That is, there would be Port of Boston pullmans run on the important sailing days of the year. It is not impossible that the plan would work so ..."

6. The Port of Boston: A Study and a Solution of the Traffic and Operating by Edwin Jones Clapp (1916)
"That is, there would be Port of Boston pullmans run on the important sailing days of the year. It is not impossible that the plan would work so well that ..."

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