noun, plural bridge·men.
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Historical Examples of bridgeman
"I think she's with Eureka in tea-room number 1," replied Mrs. Bridgeman.
And tell him, moreover, what you and the old female Bridgeman have been about together?
"I might accompany you to Mrs. Bridgeman's, sir," he said to the Prophet.
Mrs. Bridgeman's is really the only house in London at which you can meet him.
Evidently when Mrs. Bridgeman let herself go she let herself go thoroughly.