Recent Examples of fireman from the Web
Yost calls Moylan the group’s fireman, but not all the right moves work, so Cruz hit Moylan’s first pitch to right for a double.
Aftermatch: As Jonathan the fireman or any proverb lover would confirm, where there’s smoke, there’s fire.
Help arrived fast; the firemen got the car door open and helped us climb out.
Indians fireman Andrew Miller closed out the game in the 10th inning for the save.
Witnesses called 911 to report the fire and that an off-duty fireman in the area had broken down the front door, where Schroeder’s remains were soon found.
The concrete ramp at the entrance to the grandstands provided firemen with a firm foundation from which to pour tons of water into the flaming stands.
Now, key workers including nurses, police officers and firemen are finding that the rise in prices outstrips their wage increases, eroding their spending power.
Police, firemen, nurses and teachers have been subject to a cap of 1 percent on annual pay rises since 2013, with the government until now vowing to maintain it in order to bring down the deficit.
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First Known Use of fireman
FIREMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fireman for English Language Learners
: a man who is a member of group that works to put out fires
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