noun, plural fu·gle·men.
Origin of fugleman
Examples from the Web for fugleman
The Fugleman places himself in a central spot, and arranges his Squad before him in a line.
At every thirteenth stroke of his pick, the fugleman otter tapped with his tail on the monument.Mount Rainier|Various
How, sir, do all the members take the manoeuvres from this fugleman?The Monikins|J. Fenimore Cooper
We then greeted it with three cheers, I myself acting as fugleman, and the tidings sped down the column on the wings of the wind.Military Reminiscences of the Civil War V2|Jacob Dolson Cox
Pamina, Papageno, and Papagena are set down as types of the people, and Monostatos as the fugleman of monasticism.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb