noun, plural stock·men [stok-muh n or for 3, -men] /ˈstɒk mən or for 3, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of stockman
Related Words for stockmanherdsman, herder, breeder, bronco, shepherd, cowboy, wrangler, vaquero, grazier, drover, cowpoke, cattleman, granger, stockman, gaucho, rancher, buckaroo, cowpuncher, cowhand, ranchero
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Contemporary Examples of stockman
While Stockman gave two responses and Posey gave one, neither agreed to be interviewed.Ethics Office Sees Evidence Republican Congressman Broke the Law
June 11, 2014
In the meantime, Stockman's spokesman again didn't respond to inquires from The Daily Beast.
Ethical questions have repeatedly been raised about Stockman in the past.
If only Stockman had followed his own advice and “read The Daily Beast.”Stockman Says "Read The Daily Beast"
March 7, 2014
Tea Party leaders have complained that Stockman has not shown up to any events.Good Riddance to Steve Stockman, the Grifter Congressman Who Ran for Senate
March 4, 2014
Historical Examples of stockman
He had come from the station of Mr.——, where he was employed as stockman.
"Muggins's Fork," some stockman said he heard it called a month ago.Marion's Faith.
I did want to be a sailor, sir; but now I'm going to be a stockman.
He was a stockman from a station seventy miles away on the coast.
He was a prophetic figure in the most picturesque and sterile land of the stockman.Cavanagh: Forest Ranger
noun plural -men
- a man engaged in the rearing or care of farm livestock, esp cattle
- an owner of cattle or other livestock