noun, plural bag·men [bag-men for 1; bag-muh n for 2, 3] /ˈbægˌmɛn for 1; ˈbæg mən for 2, 3/.
Origin of bagman
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Historical Examples of bagman
This evening I had company in the shape of a bagman, a smartish fellow.A Thin Ghost and Others
M. R. (Montague Rhodes) James
They called us "bagman" for our last article, and we were sure they would.
To be a bagman is to be humble, but not of necessity vulgar.The Fitz-Boodle Papers
William Makepeace Thackeray
Let the bagman return to his business, the squire to his five-barred gate.From the Oak to the Olive
Julia Ward Howe
Look here—have you thought about the bagman's story—the first one?