(wŏsh′măn′, -mən, wôsh′-)
Variant of washerman.
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However, many graduates are compelled to apply for the posts of lower scale jobs like constable, driver and washman and others.
12, 1936, in Clayton, Okla., to Buster and Martha Washman Ross.
The WashMan mobile, self-contained wash pad that collects and stores wastewater during industrial car and truck cleaning operations, developed by Morclean, utilizes Alcryn melt-processible rubber which acts as a protective coating to provide a critical barrier between the potential pollutants and the environment.
The Washman will put a stylish spin on a dreaded chore with an award-winning washer and dryer