- a person who is skilled in or practices brinkmanship.
Origin of brinkman
First recorded in 1955–60; back formation from brinkmanship
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Examples from the Web for brinkman
He had decided that, if Brinkman voted for himself, he would do the same.
“I say, that cad Brinkman is voting for himself,” said some one.
“When it comes to the time, I shall decline to be nominated,” said Brinkman.
“I suppose none of our side will go on the omnibus,” said Brinkman.
Brinkman, however, was quickly after him, determined this time to hold him fast.