cornerman
noun Date: 1957 1. one who plays in or near the corner: as a. cornerback b. a basketball forward 2. a boxer's second

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  • cornerman — noun A coach or other assistant who attends to a boxer between rounds Syn: corner …   Wiktionary

  • cornerman — n. forward (Sports) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cornerman — noun (plural cornermen) a person whose job is to assist a boxer or wrestler at the corner between rounds …   English new terms dictionary

  • cornerman — ˈ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ ˌman noun (plural cornermen) 1. : cornerback herein 2. : a basketball forward 3. : a boxer s second …   Useful english dictionary

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