noun, plural en·gine·men [en-juh n-men, -muh n] /ˈɛn dʒənˌmɛn, -mən/.
- engineer officer,
- engineer's chain,
- engineering geology,
Origin of engineman
Examples from the Web for engineman
Two years later they are examined again, the fireman for engineman, and the brakeman for conductor.Wage Earning and Education|R. R. Lutz
After the valves were in gear and the engine in motion, two levers on the engineman's side moved back and forth continuously.
Now, there was no excuse for the engineman and conductor not complying with the order.
Engineman and fireman left engine and went into factory to get a drink; the engine with car ran away and knocked building down.
Filled with alarm, he ran toward the bridge expecting that the worst had happened to the engineman and fireman.The Mountain Divide|Frank H. Spearman