How Do You Spell PACKMAN?

Correct spelling for the English word "packman" is [p_ˈa_k_m_ə_n], [pˈakmən], [pˈakmən]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Usage Examples for PACKMAN

  1. As the young men and boys of the Bannons worked at their looms and the women and girls at their spinning and flowering when not wanted to help on the land the father Oiney would occasionally go over to England as a travelling packman and so increase the family store - "The Life Story of an Old Rebel" by John Denvir
  2. The next express going two days later and following the beaten track was a man who had frequently served in this capacity and knew half the Indians of the Lower Towns and Middle Settlements by name a quick witted pioneer half trader half hunter and half packman as he often described himself and he had been in the country he boasted ever since it was built - "The Story of Old Fort Loudon" by Charles Egbert Craddock
  3. A labouring friend of mine was telling me the other day of the wonderful disappearance of a packman and a jewelrer as he called him - "A Cotswold Village" by J. Arthur Gibbs
  4. Where is that damnable Scots packman - "Salute to Adventurers" by John Buchan
  5. He never now went to his own parish of Stonykirk where his father had been a well doing packman which is to say a travelling merchant of silks and laces - "Patsy" by S. R. Crockett