Definition of Roundsman

1. Noun. A workman employed to make rounds (to deliver goods or make inspections or so on).




Definition of Roundsman

1. n. A patrolman; also, a policeman who acts as an inspector over the rounds of the patrolmen.

Definition of Roundsman

1. Noun. A worker who makes rounds, especially in order to deliver goods ¹

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Definition of Roundsman

1. [n ROUNDSMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roundsman

roundlet
roundlets
roundly
roundness
roundnesses
roundoff
roundpole fence
roundridge
rounds
rounds down
rounds of applause
rounds of applauses
rounds off
rounds out
rounds up
roundsman (current term)
roundsmen
roundtable
roundtables
roundtop
roundtops
roundtrip
roundtripped
roundtripping
roundtrips
roundup
roundups
roundure
roundures
roundwood

Literary usage of Roundsman

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1. English Economic History: Select Documents edited by Alfred Edward Bland (1919)
"Two VARIETIES OF THE roundsman SYSTEM or RELIEF [Eden, The State of the Poor, 1797, Vol. 77, p. 29 and p. 384], 1797. (a) Winslow (Buckinghamshire] There ..."

2. Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1834)
"The roundsman System. under a summons, would be as to the custom of the parish ... THE roundsman SYSTEM. BY the parish paying the occupiers of property to ..."

3. Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1834)
"The roundsman System. under a summons, would be as to the custom of the parish ... THE roundsman SYSTEM. BY the parish paying the occupiers of property to ..."

4. Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring Into the by Great Britain Poor Law Commissioners (1834)
"The roundsman System. under a summons, would be as to the custom, ... THE roundsman SYSTEM. BY the parish paying the occupiers of property to employ, ..."

5. Historical and Philosophical Essays by Nassau William Senior (1865)
"We now come, thirdly, to the roundsman system, sometimes termed the billet, ticket, or stem system. This consisted in the parish paying the occupiers of ..."

6. Police Administration: A Critical Study of Police Organisations in the by Leonhard Felix Fuld (1909)
"If possible, the roundsman must endeavor to find the patrolman on post without calling him, but, failing in this, the call is sounded ..."

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