Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A man who drives a van.

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Examples

  • The vanman, I hear you suggest, in a lucid interval.

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  • ‘I shall leave it on the pavement, then, and M. Finsbury can arrange with the Vestry as he likes,’ said the vanman.

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  • And this Pitman he seemed a good deal cut up, and he had the superintendent out, and they got hold of the vanman — him as took the packing – case.

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  • ‘Well, sir,’ said the vanman, ‘I never see such a job.’

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  • 'The vanman (I regret to say it) had been drinking, and his language was such as I could never bring myself to repeat.

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  • But a question: Do you really wish to meet the vanman? '

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  • And this Pitman he seemed a good deal cut up, and he had the superintendent out, and they got hold of the vanman -- him as took the packing-case.

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  • Some gen'leman (as well as I could make out) had given the vanman a sov.; and so that was where the trouble come in, you see. '

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  • 'Well, sir,' said the vanman, 'I never see such a job.'

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  • 'I shall leave it on the pavement, then, and M. Finsbury can arrange with the Vestry as he likes,' said the vanman.

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