noun, plural stock·men [stok-muh n or for 3, -men] /ˈstɒk mən or for 3, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of stockman
Examples from the Web for stockman
While Stockman gave two responses and Posey gave one, neither agreed to be interviewed.Ethics Office Sees Evidence Republican Congressman Broke the Law|Ben Jacobs|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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.”
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|Ben Jacobs|March 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The stockman's gray eyes were fixed upon the face of the suitor as though reading his most secret thoughts.
What is the condition of a stockman after he has brought up his mob and yarded it for the night?Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)|William Delisle Hay
"Patience, my friends," returned the officer, leading the way towards the stockman's hut.
Oh, Aunt Elizabeth doesn't like him to sleep in the house, so he sleeps in the stockman's spare room.Tom Gerrard|Louis Becke
Then the Quiet Stockman gave his opinion, making it very clear that he no longer felt that women had nothing in common with men.We of the Never-Never|Jeanie "Mrs. Aeneas" Gunn
noun plural -men
- a man engaged in the rearing or care of farm livestock, esp cattle
- an owner of cattle or other livestock