noun, plural Pull·mans for 2.
Definition for pullman (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for pullman
The president of the Montgomery NAACP, Pullman porter E. D. Nixon, saw an opportunity.
They are in a Pullman, with her maid and plenty of people; and she expressly gave him leave to go with her.An Unsocial Socialist|George Bernard Shaw
Bob, shaking the rain off his coat, nodded absent-mindedly and the trainman went forward while Bob returned to the Pullman.Agent Nine and the Jewel Mystery|Graham M. Dean
I preferred, and still prefer, the European variety of Pullman.Your United States|Arnold Bennett