noun, plural press·men.
Examples from the Web for pressman
Though he has worked closely with celebrities like Clooney, Pressman is a wonk with little patience for Hollywood theatrics.
Pressman grew up in California the son of two attorneys with a firm belief in equal rights.
He had gone down into poverty so absolute that he was often without pen and paper, and now emerged a pressman.The Life of Francis Thompson|Everard Meynell
Mr. William Bowden, a retired master-printer, had already been engaged to act as compositor and pressman.The Art and Craft of Printing|William Morris
The kindly blue eyes were grown hard as steel, and in them the pressman read that upon his next words rested his whole career.The Sins of Sverac Bablon|Sax Rohmer
Trust a pressman to know the necessary people and a chance for copy.Where the Pavement Ends|John Russell
As a pressman you will probably disagree with me, but I propose to suppress these two pieces of evidence.The Green Eyes of Bst|Sax Rohmer