stockman

noun stock·man \ -mən , -ˌman \

Definition of stockman

:one occupied as an owner or worker in the raising of livestock (such as cattle or sheep)

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First Known Use of stockman

1806


STOCKMAN Defined for English Language Learners

stockman

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Definition of stockman for English Language Learners

  • : a person who raises cattle, sheep, etc.


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