noun, plural hack·men [hak-muh n, -men] /ˈhæk mən, -ˌmɛn/.
- hackle fly,
- hackney coach,
Origin of hackman
Examples from the Web for hackman
I paid the hackman, who stood with the valise I had bought in Romer for Kate, in his hand, and he departed.Seek and Find|Oliver Optic
The railroad people charge them two fares; the hackman charges them two fares; the hotel bills are made out for two people.The Idiot|John Kendrick Bangs
Now this is precisely what the New York hackman invariably does before he gathers up the reins and urges on his "galled jades."
Evidently those who had recognized Hackman and heard the address given to the coachman.Garrick's Pupil|Auguston Filon
Not while that dogs with her, I reckon, put in Tim, the hackman.Carolyn of the Corners|Ruth Belmore Endicott