Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of repairman.

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Examples

  • News Flash - Some idiot Republican group is demanding an immediate apology to all the Maytag repairmen in the country.

    Emanuel: 'We are not sitting back like the Maytag man'

  • Robert Stephens , who founded Geek Squad in 1994 while studying computer science at the University of Minnesota—calling his repairmen "agents" and dressing them in black-and-white uniforms modeled after workers in NASA's mission control in the 1960s—says the "Streisand Effect is real" for Best Buy.

    Now That Everyone Wants to Be a Geek, Lawyers Have Been Called

  • Robert Stephens , who founded Geek Squad in 1994 while studying computer science at the University of Minnesota—calling his repairmen "agents" and dressing them in black-and-white uniforms modeled after workers in NASA's mission control in the 1960s—says the "Streisand Effect is real" for Best Buy.

    Now That Everyone Wants to Be a Geek, Lawyers Have Been Called

  • Thats like asking the local Maytag repairmen to fix my car.

    Duck, It's Hillary!

  • The job cuts include call-center workers and landline repairmen, which is not unusual in a climate where so many people are ditching their home phones for cell phones.

    Von/xchange News Only Feed

  • The job cuts include call-center workers and landline repairmen, which is not unusual in a climate where so many people are ditching their home phones for cell phones.

    Von/xchange News Only Feed

  • Just ask Christopher Dodd, Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, John Edwards and Bill Richardson, who many times in the earlier debated looked a collection of Maytag repairmen instead of presidential candidates while the focus was on Hillary and Obama.

    Radio Blogger's TownHall Blog

  • Just ask Christopher Dodd, Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, John Edwards and Bill Richardson, who many times in the earlier debated looked a collection of Maytag repairmen instead of presidential candidates while the focus was on Hillary and Obama.

    Radio Blogger's TownHall Blog

  • Just ask Christopher Dodd, Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, John Edwards and Bill Richardson, who many times in the earlier debated looked a collection of Maytag repairmen instead of presidential candidates while the focus was on Hillary and Obama.

    Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

  • Just ask Christopher Dodd, Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, John Edwards and Bill Richardson, who many times in the earlier debated looked a collection of Maytag repairmen instead of presidential candidates while the focus was on Hillary and Obama.

    Radio Blogger's TownHall Blog

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