noun, plural wash·er·men.
- washed up,
Origin of washerman
Examples from the Web for washerman
On the third day the relations go to the burning-ground, and a barber and washerman sprinkle water over the ashes.
The profession of washerman, or dhobi as he is called, like most other occupations in India, is chiefly an hereditary one.India and the Indians|Edward F. Elwin
Let one ignorance removes another, as washerman cleanses one dirt by another.
Her own cloth is left outside, and must be sent from there to the washerman.
They then bathe and present their clothes to the washerman, putting on new clothes.