- a member of the stage crew in charge of the stage propertiesUsually shortened to: propman
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Examples from the Web for property man
The property-man's shooting-irons are all out of kilter, too.A Pasteboard Crown
The brother of this lady is chief stage carpenter and property-man, and is married to another lady of the company.Diversions in Sicily
H. Festing Jones
The property-man rose to his feet, and putting the 20 note in his pocket, walked dejectedly away.
On the way down the Strand, back to my rooms, I met the property-man, who was evidently waiting for me.
"The Star'll have skulls and bones enough to make up for his want of talent now—I reckon," interposes the property-man.An Outcast
F. Colburn Adams