[ flawr-muhn, flohr- ]

noun,plural floor·men.
  1. any person who represents a management, as in assisting customers or maintaining a smooth business operation.

  1. a laborer, mechanic, or maintenance worker hired to do heavy work, as in a factory or oil field.

Origin of floorman

First recorded in 1910–15; floor + -man

Words Nearby floorman

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How to use floorman in a sentence

  • John fought his way to the nearest floorman, a white-haired veteran of many such rush seasons.

    A Son of the City | Herman Gastrell Seely
  • Pausing at the jewelry counter he spoke to the floorman, confirming the report.

    The Clock Strikes Thirteen | Mildred A. Wirt