noun, plural ware·house·men.
Origin of warehouseman
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The growing importance of the warehouseman has been mentioned.The Fabric of Civilization
The carrier's liability then becomes that of a warehouseman.
"Dyed stockings are always rotten," said a Nottingham warehouseman.
A person who keeps a place for the storage of goods for a compensation is a warehouseman or storage-keeper.
The warehouseman or storage-keeper must exercise ordinary care in the protection of the property.