noun, plural sheep·men [sheep-muh n, -men] /ˈʃip mən, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of sheepman
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Sheep did well in them good years that followed, and first thing I knew I was a sheepman.
“All right,” said the sheepman, suddenly thawing out at the good news.
At this naive statement, the sheepman could not restrain a smile.
“Good-morning,” he said, by way of introduction, and the sheepman blinked his eyes in reply.
“I never said we was going to sheep you out,” 164 retorted the sheepman sullenly.