American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who works with electric wiring.
- n. Slang One who taps telephone lines; a wiretapper.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man who puts up and looks after wires, as for the telegraph, telephone, or electric lighting.
- n. a worker who installs and repairs electric wiring
“Our two priorities were a key man or expert locksmith and a "wireman" or electronics expert, and I wanted to get people into the campaign headquarters of Democratic candidates as soon as possible.”
“The nationwide use of the construction wireman and construction electrician (CW/CE) classifications is voluntary for the IBEW and its contractors as part of our standard agreements.”
“Spent time in Okinawa, Danang, Subic Bay, Puerto Rico as a wireman.”
“And Cronkite read that and he believed in the old wireman tap.”
“Cronkite read that and he believed in the old wireman tap.”
“He worked in telecommunications, as a ''field wireman.'”
“General Electric in Syracuse as a wireman until his retirement in 1983.”
“See also another book by Victoria King another journeyman wireman entitled “Manhandled: Black Females”.”
“Curtis Cooper, 21, a field wireman from Santa Rosa, N.M., hasn't seen Iraq, though he too has deployed to Okinawa.”
“When I got back to my office, I got the police wireman, Tony Sarenaro, on the phone.”
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