signalman

[ sig-nl-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF signalman
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By and by the brakeman shouted to the signalman in the gray silence of the morning.

While Tom was inspecting we rested in the signal-station and talked to the signalman.

"It is a most extraordinary thing, sir," said the signalman whom we had come to relieve.

He then went to Karazin as signalman and operative in the railway works.

"Steady with that light there, signalman," he commanded suddenly.

Signalman,” sang out Mr Jellaby on seeing this, “Dip the colours!

The officer went out, and hailed the signalman at the mast-head.

“The Ruby, sir,” repeated the signalman, as tenderly now as a sucking dove.

Jones the signalman, who was standing near when Mick said this, laughed.

Signalman,” hailed the officer of the watch, “what do you make her out to be?

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