noun, plural com·mit·tee·men [kuh-mit-ee-muhn, -men]. /kəˈmɪt i mən, -ˌmɛn/.
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Some bought tickets for $50 from their desperate Democratic committeeman.
"Then you'd better draw up a notice and put it up in the store and tavern," suggested the committeeman.Bound to Rise|Horatio Alger
No committeeman or officer receives any remuneration for his services, except that the accountant gets a small salary.
The committeeman, "Scotty" Briggs, made his visit; and in after days it was worth something to hear the minister tell about it.Roughing It|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
"Oh, for that matter I'll give it to you," the committeeman replied.
There was a committeeman from every county in the state—the men who formed the motive cogs of his machine.The Landloper|Holman Day