noun, plural ex·press·men [ik-spres-muh n, -men] /ɪkˈsprɛs mən, -ˌmɛn/.
- expressive aphasia,
Origin of expressman
Examples from the Web for expressman
Pending further inquiry they were obliged to wait the conclusion of the expressman's humorous recital.
The expressman's word's amazed Nelson quite as much as Walky could have wished.The Mission of Janice Day|Helen Beecher Long
To make assurance doubly sure, Collins went to Hakan Martinson, the expressman.The Crime of the Century|Henry M. Hunt
"I didn't move her," said the expressman, shaking his head solemnly.The Spiritualists and the Detectives|Allan Pinkerton
In an inspired moment Elizabeth Eliza bethought herself of the expressman.The Peterkin Papers|Lucretia P Hale