noun, plural mid·dle·men.
Examples from the Web for middleman
A more recent wrinkle is the doctor who prescribes from his own office, cutting out the middleman (read: pharmacist).New Study Says Doctors Can’t “Just Say No” to Their Patients|Kent Sepkowitz|March 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But it turns out that the manager had received no such recording, due to some middleman botching the exchange.
Warby Parker's reinvention of the high-priced optical industry relied on one main tactic: cutting out the middleman.Warby Parker Thrives by Giving Away Glasses Whenever It Sells a Pair|Nina Strochlic|May 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As is the case with all secondary markets, however, the middleman usually takes a piece.
Forget the middleman, and bring his message “straight to the people.”Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, John McCain, and More Sunday Talk|The Daily Beast Video|September 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Welder, wel′dėr, n. a land-tenant holding under the farmer or middleman.
The poultry she raised herself; for the fish, she was a middleman between fishermen and householders.
It is the middleman, the profiteer, the new capitalist here who has become an ugly and a dominant power.The Devil's Paw|E. Phillips Oppenheim
I'm not the principal party in the transaction—I'm only the middleman.The Making of a Soul|Kathlyn Rhodes
The storekeeper is the middleman, really serving both producer and consumer.Our Domestic Birds|John H. Robinson