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noun (plural storemen)British
A man responsible for stored goods.
- When assessing candidates for PR jobs these days, I am just as likely to hire an engineer, a storeman, an accountant or a waiter.
- As soldiers waited for equipment from the stores, the corporal took the spare store key and unlocked the door, finding the storeman's body hanging inside.
- A storeman in civilian life, he was officially responsible for provisioning and the armoury, but insisted on doing his share of combat patrols.
Words that rhyme with storemanBormann, doorman, doormen, foreman, foremen, Mormon, Norman, storemen
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