from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who trucks or exchanges.
- noun A truck-driver; a carter or carman.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who does business in the way of barter or exchange.
- noun One who drives a truck, or whose business is the conveyance of goods on trucks.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun One who does
businessin the way of barteror exchange.
- noun One who drives a
truck, or whose business is the conveyanceof goodson trucks.
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It is a common belief that any stout truckman can do the thing; but I have been assured by one of the leading truckmen of Boston, that there are not, probably, three individuals in the city who are equal to the accomplishment.
When they had reached the corner of Washington and La Salle, the truckman signified his intention of throwing off his load.
And soon, in a carriage, with their valises piled around them, our party set off for Edgemere, leaving a truckman to bring the trunks.
On the sudden cry of the truckman he sprang aside, tripped, and fell headlong against a large, square packing-case.
Mother Atterson had breakfast the next morning by lamplight, because the truckman wanted to make an early start.
I found what many other gymnasts will find, that _main strength_, by which I mean the strength of the truckman and the porter, cannot be acquired in the ordinary exercises of the gymnasium.
The logical person to deliver a package is a truckman or an expressman.
A truckman had followed her only the day before through half a block of snarled traffic to see that she turned properly to the right.
Jimmie hired his former boss -- and truckman -- to move his few sticks of furniture; he bade farewell to his little friend Meissner, and next day was learning to milk cows and steer a plough.
When he parted from Jean McNabb after the coasting party, Wentworth proceeded to the railway station, where he purchased his ticket and arranged with a truckman to call for his trunk at exactly eight o'clock.