serviceman

[ sur-vis-man, -muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF serviceman
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Hello, Larry, she said as the Secret Serviceman joined her at their table.

It began to smoke and the serviceman began to shuck tools from his box.

The time of service was limited to five years if the serviceman so demanded.

The serviceman had come out and collected it, clucking in dismay at the mess the extinguisher had left.

The natives use them as food, and I learned of one serviceman who had worked out a technique for trapping the birds.

Every American base in the world is alerted and every serviceman is being issued live ammunition.

That indicates that he was a serviceman and that, in my opinion, that waives the membership fee.

He wouldn't write up a membership unless he was a serviceman.

How did the serviceman view his condition, how did he convey his desire for redress, and what was his reaction to social change?

Complementing the work of these men and women was the opinion of the American serviceman himself.

WORD ORIGIN

1899, from service (n.) + man (n.).

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