Definition of lobsterman in English:

lobsterman

Syllabification: lob·ster·man
Pronunciation: /ˈläbstərmən
 
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noun

A person whose occupation is trapping lobsters.
More example sentences
  • Interviewing Manny the lobsterman, a 30-year-old college grad with a paltry paycheck, helped clinch that argument.
  • You have to study for years before you're allowed to come to that conclusion, leave your PhD program, and move to Nova Scotia to become a lobsterman.
  • But the best salesmen - the ones I met at conventions, the ones who won awards - they could sell earthquake insurance to a Minnesota farmer and hail insurance to a Maine lobsterman.

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