noun, plural en·gine·men [en-juh n-men, -muh n] /ˈɛn dʒənˌmɛn, -mən/.
Origin of engineman
Examples from the Web for engineman
Historical Examples of engineman
An engineman and a stoker were leaning over the bulwark to cool themselves.The Manxman
Ask your engineman to run back very slowly and watch for the bell-rope.Whispering Smith
Frank H. Spearman
John Ratcliffe, the engineman, is going to write a letter for me to some mates of his there.Facing Death
G. A. Henty
Now, there was no excuse for the engineman and conductor not complying with the order.
Whistle had been reported on the trip before by the engineman, but was not repaired.