noun, plural tin·men.
Examples from the Web for tinman
He had the tinman cut slits in the end about an eighth of an inch wide and almost twice as deep.
Tinman practicing in his Court suit before the chiwal-glass!The Short Works of George Meredith|George Meredith
He was a quiet and inoffensive man, and worked industriously as a tinman within a short time of his death.Gipsy Life|George Smith
The pieces thrown away by the tinman, if the corners were taken off, would answer every purpose.The Gipsies' Advocate|James Crabb
Many a maimed and disfigured man had carried away from Vauxhall the handiwork of the Tinman and his patron.Danger! and Other Stories|Arthur Conan Doyle