noun, plural top·men. Nautical.
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Contemporary Examples of topman
Topman later apologized for this and the “Nice new girlfriend—what breed is she?”The Rise of Sexist Fashion, From Plain Jane Homme to Disney
May 9, 2013
Historical Examples of topman
Nature had not intended him for a topman, for though wonderfully muscular, his figure was like a tun.Ben Burton
W. H. G. Kingston
Mr. Topman paused for a moment, threw himself back in his chair, and cast a patronizing glance at Hanz.
The chap was never made for a topman as you may see, sir, by the fashion in which he crosses his lower stanchions.The Red Rover
James Fenimore Cooper
There, too, was a door leading into Topman's private office, furnished with exquisite good taste.
"We endeavor to make everything satisfactory with our customers," resumed Mr. Topman.