Expressman
Expressman Ex*press"man (-man), n.; pl. {Expressmen} (-men). A person employed in the express business; also, the driver of a job wagon. --W. D. Howells. [1913 Webster]

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  • expressman — ☆ expressman [ek spres′mən, ikspres′mən ] n. pl. expressmen [eks pres′mən, ik spres′mən] a person employed by an express company; esp., a driver of an express truck, who collects and delivers packages …   English World dictionary

  • Expressman — An expressman refers to anyone who has the duty of packing, managing, and ensuring the delivery of any cargo.During the 19th century, expressman usually referred to someone was to ensure the safe delivery of a train s gold or currency in the… …   Wikipedia

  • expressman — noun Date: 1839 a person employed in the express business …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • expressman — /ik spres meuhn, man /, n., pl. expressmen / meuhn, men /. a person who makes collections or deliveries for an express company. [1830 40, Amer.; EXPRESS + MAN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • expressman — noun A person employed in the express business …   Wiktionary

  • expressman — ex press·man || mæn n. person that picks up and delivers packages …   English contemporary dictionary

  • expressman — ex·press·man …   English syllables

  • expressman — ikˈspreˌsman, ek , smən noun (plural expressmen) : a person employed in the express business …   Useful english dictionary

  • Expressmen — Expressman Ex*press man ( man), n.; pl. {Expressmen} ( men). A person employed in the express business; also, the driver of a job wagon. W. D. Howells. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • List of Wells Fargo Directors — The List of Wells Fargo Directors includes all members of the Board of Directors of the express mail company from its founding in 1852 until the cessation of its express service in 1918. It does not include the directors of the Wells Fargo Bank… …   Wikipedia

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