noun (plural choirmen)British
A man who sings in a church or cathedral choir.
- My father, being the head choirman, was handed the cross off the altar.
- Indeed in the interval the choirmen were comparing plainsong with the monks’ psalters.
- An army may march on its stomach, but it is well known that choirmen sing on their beer.
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