- n. Plural form of teamster.
“Our duty now was to break up any nuclei of concentration that the Rebels might attempt to form, and to guard our foragers -- that is, the teamsters and employee of the Quartermaster's Department -- who were loading grain into wagons and hauling it away.”
“These ubiquitous drivers of teams of horses or mules, known as teamsters, occupied the bottom of the chain of army command.”
“There was a man in the offing who belonged with her -- a slender girlish figure of a man in a heavy brown canvas coat such as teamsters wear in the winter.”
“You haven't lived till you've stood naked in front of half a dozen teamsters.”
“The crowd on the sidewalks and the teamsters on the locked waggons roared encouragement and their own delight.”
“Its demise coincided suspiciously with the rise of the AIDS epidemic, yet still it served its original purpose as a medium for teamsters.”
“The teamsters 'strike, backed financially by the teamsters of San”
“The Oakland harness-washers and stablemen, with few exceptions, had gone out with the teamsters.”
“Very cautiously, in the next half hour, Saxon tried to feel out her husband's attitude, to find if he doubted the rightness of the violence he and his brother teamsters committed.”
“D'ye want to know what the Frisco teamsters did in the big strike before the Earthquake?”
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