warehouseman
noun Date: 1635 a person who manages or works in a warehouse

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  • Warehouseman — Ware house man, n.; pl. {Warehousemen}. 1. One who keeps a warehouse; the owner or keeper of a dock warehouse or wharf store. [1913 Webster] 2. One who keeps a wholesale shop or store for Manchester or woolen goods. [Eng.] [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • warehouseman — An individual who is regularly engaged in the business of receiving and storing goods of others in exchange for compensation or profit. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. warehouseman …   Law dictionary

  • warehouseman — UK US /ˈweəhaʊsmən/ noun [C] (plural warehousemen) (also warehouse keeper) ► HR, COMMERCE someone who works in or manages a warehouse …   Financial and business terms

  • Warehouseman — A warehouseman can be someone who works in a warehouse, usually delivering goods for sale or storage, or, in older usage, someone who owns a warehouse and sells goods directly from it or from a shop fronting onto the warehouse (similar to a… …   Wikipedia

  • warehouseman — /wair hows meuhn/, n., pl. warehousemen. 1. a person who stores goods for others for pay. 2. a person who is employed in or who manages a warehouse. [1625 35; WAREHOUSE + MAN] * * * …   Universalium

  • warehouseman — noun a person who manages, or works in, a warehouse …   Wiktionary

  • warehouseman — ware·house·man || werhaÊŠsmÉ™n /weÉ™ n. one who stores; one who works in warehouse; warehouse owner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • warehouseman — noun (plural warehousemen) a person who is employed in, manages, or owns a warehouse …   English new terms dictionary

  • warehouseman — ware·house·man …   English syllables

  • warehouseman — /ˈwɛəhaʊsmən/ (say wairhowsmuhn) noun (plural warehousemen) 1. a man who is employed in or has charge of a warehouse. 2. a man operating as a wholesale merchant who has a warehouse for the storing of merchandise …   Australian English dictionary

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