engineman

[ en-juh n-man, -muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF engineman

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An engineman and a stoker were leaning over the bulwark to cool themselves.

Ask your engineman to run back very slowly and watch for the bell-rope.

John Ratcliffe, the engineman, is going to write a letter for me to some mates of his there.

Now, there was no excuse for the engineman and conductor not complying with the order.

Whistle had been reported on the trip before by the engineman, but was not repaired.

What are the duties of an engineman when leaving his engine at the terminal?

What work about a locomotive should be done by the engineman?

When double-heading, which engineman should have full control of the brakes?

But ever since that day the engineman positively asserted that troops of little black dogs continually haunted the locality.

After the valves were in gear and the engine in motion, two levers on the engineman's side moved back and forth continuously.

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