Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A fisherman employed in weir- or pound-fishing; a pound-fisherman.

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Examples

  • You see, this morning the poundman got Maria's two cows and the baby calf, and — well, it happened that Maria didn't have any money, and so I had to recover her cows for her.

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  • It was unfortunate that the poundman had gobbled Maria's cows.

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  • You see, this morning the poundman got Maria's two cows and the baby calf, and - well, it happened that Maria didn't have any money, and so I had to recover her cows for her.

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  • "The police will have as much trouble finding a grey machine as the poundman will have finding a long-haired St. Bernard dog.

    Prince Jan, St. Bernard

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