noun, plural brink·men.
Origin of brinkman
Examples from the Web for brinkman
But if you like to fetch Clapperton and Brinkman over here, we can have it out comfortably now.
Brinkman, who was the prefect on duty, lay snoring loud and long in the end bed.
Fancy him, and Dangle, and Brinkman conspiring together for the glory of the School.
Brinkman soon dropped the disdainful style in which he commenced proceedings, and became proportionately wild and unsteady.
Brinkman staggered on a yard or two and slipped it back to Denton.