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railwayman Line breaks: rail¦way|man
Pronunciation: /ˈreɪlweɪmən/

Definition of railwayman in English:

noun (plural railwaymen)

British
A man who works on a railway.
Example sentences
  • ‘Once a railwayman, always a railwayman,’ he said.
  • Since the fragmentation of the railway in Britain railwaymen have constantly complained about the situation and the results have not been good.
  • He said it was a shame a bit of history was coming to end and it would be mourned by longer-serving railwaymen.

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