dockhand


dock·hand

noun \ˈdäk-ˌhand\

Definition of DOCKHAND

Examples of DOCKHAND

  1. <a trade embargo that was especially hard on the nation's dockhands>

First Known Use of DOCKHAND

1920

Related to DOCKHAND

Synonyms
docker [chiefly British], dockworker, longshoreman, roustabout, rouster, stevedore

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