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bellman (ˈbɛlmən Pronunciation for bellman



(plural) -men
  1. a man who rings a bell, esp (formerly) a town crier

Example Sentences Including 'bellman'

Donald Patenaude, a father of three who normally works as a full-time bellman at the Royal York, now gets just one shift a week.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Meanwhile, West's bodyguard a 6'9 ", 400-pound mountain named Big Jon loads boxes and suitcases onto a bellman 's trolley.
Maxim (2005)
So the bellman would cry: and the crew would reply, `They are merely conventional signs!
McArthur, Tom Unitive Thinking
The bellman at the Hilton appears with a cart loaded with boxes of Pelzer's books.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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