noun, plural pitch·men.
- pitching pennies,
- pitching piece,
- pitching rotation,
- pitching tool,
- pitching wedge,
Origin of pitchman
Examples from the Web for pitchman
Bibi Netanyahu talked to the World Economic Forum this afternoon like a pitchman on a road show.Netanyahu: Israel’s What’s Right With the Middle East|Christopher Dickey|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You do, however, get points for finding a pitchman whose name perfectly matches your product.
Pitchman wanted to go home before the sun rose because he was afraid of being melted.
The pitchman smiled with flawless teeth and the women smiled back at him.
Then only Pitchman killed halibut; Raven could not kill any.
Pitchman began to say “A-a-a-a-a,” rather weakly, because he was getting warm.
Boswellister slipped away while the pitchman started to collect a new crowd.