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-mancy "-man`cy" [Gr. ? divination: cf. F. -mancie.] A combining form denoting divination; as, aleuromancy, chiromancy, necromancy, etc.
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Adenoma "Ad`e*no"ma", n.; L. pl. . [NL.; adeno- + -oma.] (Med.) A benign tumor of a glandlike structure; morbid enlargement of a gland. - {Ad`e*nom"a*tous}, a.
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Adipoma "Ad`i*po"ma", n.; L. pl. . [NL. See ; .] (Med.) A mass of fat found internally; also, a fatty tumor. - {Ad`i*pom"a*tous}, a.
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Lightman "Light"man" (-m[a^]n), n.; pl. (-m[e^]n). A man who carries or takes care of a light. -T. Brown.
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Light-horseman "Light"-horse`man" (-h[^o]rs`man), n.; pl. (-men). 1. A soldier who serves in the light horse. See under 5th . 2. (Zo["o]l.) A West Indian fish of More…
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Low-churchman "Low"-church`man", n.; pl. . One who holds low-church principles.
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Ribbonman "Rib"bon*man", n.; pl. . A member of the Ribbon Society. See , under .
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Roberdsman "Rob"erds*man", Robertsman "Rob"erts*man", n.; pl. . (Old Statutes of Eng.) A bold, stout robber, or night thief; - said to be so called from Robin Hood. More…
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Overman "O"ver*man", n.; pl. . 1. One in authority over others; a chief; usually, an overseer or boss. 2. An arbiter. 3. In the philosophy of Nietzsche, a man of More…
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Skyman "Sky"man", n.; pl. . An a["e]ronaut. [Slang]
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Signalman "Sig"nal*man", n.; pl. . A man whose business is to manage or display signals; especially, one employed in setting the signals by which railroad trains are run or More…
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Trackman "Track"man", n.; pl. . (Railroads) One employed on work on the track; specif., a trackwalker.
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Orangeman "Or"ange*man", n.; pl. . One of a secret society, organized in the north of Ireland in 1795, the professed objects of which are the defense of the regning More…
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Plainsman "Plains"man", n.; pl. . One who lives in the plains.
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Pointsman "Points"man", n.; pl. (-men). A man who has charge of railroad points or switches. [Eng.]
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Plowman "Plow"man", Ploughman "Plough"man", n.; pl. . 1. One who plows, or who holds and guides a plow; hence, a husbandman. -Chaucer. Macaulay. 2. A rustic; a More…
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Tripeman "Tripe"man", n.; pl. . A man who prepares or sells tripe.
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Beadsman "Beads"man", Bedesman "Bedes"man", n.; pl. . A poor man, supported in a beadhouse, and required to pray for the soul of its founder; an almsman. Whereby More…
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Gownsman "Gowns"man", Gownman "Gown"man", n.; pl. (-men). One whose professional habit is a gown, as a divine or lawyer, and particularly a member of an English More…
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Handcraftsman "Hand"crafts`man", n.; pl. . A handicraftsman.
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