noun, plural pack·men.
Examples from the Web for packman
The packman let me have the cloth for the stockings I have knitted, look you.'The Making of William Edwards|Mrs. G. Linnaeus Banks
You wad think she never had heard o' Willie Broonclod, the packman, that she sloped when she left doon the country.The Underworld|James C. Welsh
The packman was immediately commanded to halt, and lay his packs upon the ground.A History of the Gipsies|Walter Simson
Here's Andrew the packman in the lane, with such shawls, Martha!Fern's Hollow|Hesba Stretton
He thinks Beaufort's loyalty is to be bought like a packman's ware, or bullied out of him by ruffling words.Micah Clarke|Arthur Conan Doyle