noun, plural ex·cise·men. British.
Examples from the Web for exciseman
Nay, to be plain with you—we doubt if your education has been sufficiently intellectual for an Exciseman.
The candles are now laid upon a table for the inspection of the exciseman, and afterwards removed to the storehouse.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
The exciseman who pounced on a party of smugglers got a special reward, but he risked his life.The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. I. (of II)|Moncure Daniel Conway
Many a better man than yourself—beg your pardon—has been, and is now, an Exciseman.
"Auld Mahoun's" forked tail has caught the exciseman by the cravat.George Cruikshank|W. H. Chesson