noun, plural flag·men.
- flagler, henry morrison,
- flagrante delicto
Origin of flagman
Examples from the Web for flagman
Let the master mechanic or the division engineer of many years' service report the flagman whose tenure may have been very brief.Letters from an Old Railway Official|Charles DeLano Hine
The flagman unrolled his flag, and then he looked both ways along the road that crossed the railroad.Six Little Bunkers at Cowboy Jack's|Laura Lee Hope
A few rods away from the flagman's house was a pit that had recently been excavated for some purpose and then abandoned.Betty Gordon at Bramble Farm|Alice B. Emerson
Up until that Thursday morning he was in the employ of the company as a flagman.
"Albany" worked as a flagman in one of the surveying parties.Pioneering in Cuba|James Meade Adams