buggyman

noun
bug·​gy·​man | \ ˈbəgēmən, -gim-, -ˌman\
plural buggymen

Definition of buggyman

: a worker who handles a barrow or buggy for the transportation of bulk material (as coal, ore, concrete, or slag)

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buggy entry 2 + man

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