Definition of Stablemen
1. stableman [n] - See also: stableman
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stablemen
Literary usage of Stablemen
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1. English Synonymes Explained, in Alphabetical Order by George Crabb (1816)
"We may exchange one book for another ; traders barter trinkets for gold dust; coachmen or stablemen truck a whip for a handkerchief ; the government ..."
2. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1905)
"The following two tables show the number of establishments and the number of teamsters, drivers, and stablemen over 1C years of age grouped according to the ..."
3. Labor Bulletin by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1918)
"24 . 43 75,76 . 95 Specialists (machinists), . . . .... .47 Spool strippers (textiles), . . . .75 Sprinkler fitters and helpers, . . . . JJ stablemen and ..."
4. The Brewing Industry and the Brewery Workers' Movement in America by Hermann Schlüter (1910)
"The union of drivers and stablemen in Milwaukee has 400 members and that in St. Louis 650, and besides these there are the maltsters, engineers, firemen, ..."
5. Reports of the Commission Appointed by the Admiralty, the War Office, and by Royal Society of London (1905)
"Both these stablemen contracted the disease whilst employed in the stables, ... Two were stablemen and 2 were carters, being 28 per cent. of stablemen as ..."