Examples of mailman in a Sentence
the mailman usually leaves packages outside the mailbox
Recent Examples of mailman from the Web
A witness reported seeing a uniformed mailman, who wore the same kind of white pith helmet that Caddle wore on his route, trashing mail, authorities said.
There stood the world’s great models, artists and intellectuals alongside mailmen, pastry chefs and vegetable sellers.
According to a criminal complaint, a Polk County man noticed the mailman was spending a long time in his garage to drop off a package.
Well, the mailman, but that was through the blinds.
Her young daughter clambered up and down the steps in flip-flops, and the mailman brought a handful of envelopes.
That angle centers on the late 1950s community of Suburbicon, a lily-white Northern town where the mailmen are always cheery and the picket fences glow bright in the sunlight.
The mailman, the ticket taker at the ballgame, the fellow passenger on a plane—around a Williams person, all become targets for unannounced, unrequested and unnerving hugs.
The photographer was a blue-haired mailman from Canada.
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